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IssueCities of Exuberance
Diverse, green, beautiful cities—reclaim the streets and revitalize your community. Summer 1999.
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IssueClimate Action
Who's stepping up to the climate challenge? Learn about getting past denial, creative direct action, global climate justice, carbon-neutral cities, transition towns and more. Winter 2010.
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IssueClimate Solutions
NASA climate scientist Jim Hansen says we have 10 years to turn global warming trends around. The question now is what can we do—that is up to the scale of the crisis? This issue of YES! shows that solutions are within reach. Spring 2008.
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IssueDemocracy - The New Stories
New Stories about a new political landscape. Fall 1996.
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IssueEconomics as if Life matters
David Korten on a post-corporate world, Peter Barnes on who will inherit the sky, and Berito Kuwar U'wa on how to build a new economy. Spring 1999.
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IssueEducation for Life
Computers in class, music and intuition, and 101 ways to get educated. Winter 1999.
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IssueEducation Uprising
For decades the myth of failing public schools justified industrial-scale testing and a privatization agenda. Now radical educators are bursting the bubble test, getting culturally relevant, and restoring justice to the classroom. Welcome to Education Spring.
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IssueEnd of Poverty
The gap between the wealthy and the poor widens daily in America. And the prevailing story says poverty is inevitable—a natural part of the human condition. In this issue we show how the richest country in history chose policies that create an impoverished underclass—and how different choices will end poverty.
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IssueFinding Courage
As reports pour in of the horror of war, a poet and activist finds a place of beauty—while being arrested. Go ahead: Let joy feed your passion and strength. Summer 2003.
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