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by Robyn Budd
Robyn Budd, artist, manager of a nature conservancy, and graphic designer, writes about the ambiguous territory between being best friends and lovers.
Breaking Silence
by Reverend Mariah Britton
Reverend Mariah Britton challenges the black church to talk openly about marriage, parenting
Seeds of Restoration
by Donella Meadows
Donella Meadows on the Intervale in Burlington, Vermont
Loving Arts - Sam Keen Interview
by Sarah van Gelder, Sam Keen
Sarah van Gelder talks with Sam Keen about the complex arts of loving.
Integral Sex
by Sarah van Gelder
Integral sex is built neither on a modern version of valueless freedom, nor on a traditionalist view that dogma should determine the nature of our relationships.
Indicators- MAI, Greenpeace, Recycle-A-Bicycle,Neve Shalom/Wahat al-Salam (NS/WAS) and more
Indicators - global warming in the tropics
Global Climate Change: BP Oil, Affecting the Tropics, Bicycle Growth, and more
Transformation in Cyberspace
by Peter Johnson-Lenz, Trudy Johnson-Lenz
Cyberspace is altering consciousness and the nature of human relations. Here are the results of some experiments with the transformative potential of cyberspace
Voices of the Northwest
by Kim Stafford
Book Review- On Light Alone by Ellen LaConte Book Review- On Light Alone by Ellen LaConte
by Donella Meadows
Book Review: Cadillac Desert, by Sandra Itkoff and Jonathan Taplin Book Review: Cadillac Desert, by Sandra Itkoff and Jonathan Taplin
by Fran Korten
Sustaining Watersheds
by Sarah van Gelder
Northwest communities doing the nitty-gritty work of making sustainability happen
Gifts of Self
by Lynne Twist
Scarcity vs enough.
Citizen Policy Wonks
by Richard Sclove
The Loka Institute and citizen panels.
Applegate Partners
by Tracy Rysavy
The Northwest's timber wars are well reported; what is less well known are the communities that are working together to steward their lands and waters. Applegate is one of those communiites.
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