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Issue Reclaiming the Commons
Jonathan Rowe, David Bollier, and Kari McGinnis discuss the hidden commons while Donella Meadows explores your share of the global commons. Summer 2001.
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Issue Respecting Elders, Becoming Elders
A guide to some of the choices involved in conscious eldering and the good life for baby boomers. Fall 2005.
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Issue Rx for the Earth
Deformed wildlife, lower sperm counts, childhood cancers, and depressed IQs have all have been linked to hormone-disrupting chemicals you probably have in your home. Summer 1998.
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Issue Spiritual Uprising
Spiritual progressives are just starting to understand the power of taking a stand—together—as though we mean it. Winter 2006.
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Issue Stand Up to Corporate Power
Why try to fight? Corporations have the money and the power. That's what we're told. But people across the country are standing up to corporations. If we join forces, we can claim the power that rightly belongs to us. Fall 2007.
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Issue Sustainable Happiness
What makes us happy? It’s a question we could leave to philosophers and poets, except for this: the pursuit of happiness, as now defined, is running our world into the ground. So the question that may be key to rebuilding after the crash is this: How can we have happy people and a happy planet? Winter 2009.
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Issue Sustainable Sex
What is the difference between love and desire? Featuring Naomi Wolf, Alan Durning, and Sam Keen. Also, Donella Meadows on urban farming and Kevin Fong on gay parenting in a cohousing community. Winter 1998.
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Issue Sustaining Watersheds
Sustaining watersheds of the Pacific Northwest. Rural communities that live within nature's limits. Fall 1997.
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Issue Technology: Who Chooses?
Who's in charge of technology? Richard Sclove on citizens reclaiming the right to choose, Jill Bamburg on radical technologies, and Janine Benyus on nature's designs. Prospects for a hydrogen economy and a solar future. Fall 2001.
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Issue The Human Cost of Stuff
Our houses, our dumpsters, our lives overflow with stuff. It’s so cheap, how can you not buy yet one more thing that will surely make your life better? But it’s only cheap if we ignore the hidden costs to humans and to the Earth. Here’s how to fix our broken relationship with stuff.
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