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Graywater Guerrillas Graywater Guerrillas
Learn how to reuse graywater, harvest rainwater, and install composting and dry toilets.
Life in a Real-Wealth Economy Life in a Real-Wealth Economy
by David Korten
David Korten says: “The idea of deep and potentially wrenching change can be frightening. I have written this fictional account of life in the real-wealth New Economy in the hope it may make such a life easier to visualize.” Have a listen…
PODCAST :: Van Jones: Why I’m Going to Washington PODCAST :: Van Jones: Why I’m Going to Washington
by Van Jones, Doug Pibel
YES! Editor Doug Pibel talked to Van Jones, following his acceptance of a position as Special Advisor for Green Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation at the White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) in March 2009.
Madhu's Kitchen Secrets Madhu's Kitchen Secrets
by Madhu Suri Prakash
Madhu Suri Prakash shares secrets from her mother’s village kitchen.
Michael Pollan on Food Policy Michael Pollan on Food Policy
Listen to Michael Pollan on Food Policy on KUOW's Weekday. 54 minutes
Interview with “No Impact Man” Colin Beavan Interview with “No Impact Man” Colin Beavan
by Colin Beavan, Amy Goodman
Amy Goodman talks with Colin Beavan on Democracy Now. “And finally, on this Christmas Eve, I’m joined by a man who makes a compelling environmental case for a non-consumptive Christmas. Colin Beavan is also known as the No Impact Man. Beavan, along with his wife, their two-year-old daughter and dog, spent a year attempting to minimize their ecological footprint while continuing to live in the heart of New York City.”
Walking Through Fear :: Interview Walking Through Fear :: Interview
by Frances Moore Lappé
Frances Moore Lappé’s book Diet for a Small Planet had sold 3 million copies. She co-founded organizations to fight hunger and bolster democracy. Along with her daughter, Anna, she traveled the world to gather stories for Hope’s Edge. Yet, like many of us, she experienced a time when her world crumbled…
When the Smiling Rose Looks at You in     Spring When the Smiling Rose Looks at You in Spring
by Hafez
This recording features Iraj Anvar. Iraj teaches Persian Literature at Columbia and other universities, and has done a more direct translation of this poem for YES! Magazine.
Navigating The Great Turning From Empire To Earth     Community Navigating The Great Turning From Empire To Earth Community
by David Korten
David Korten’s presentation to the Seattle Green Festival shows that we humans can choose to turn this moment of planetary crisis into a new era, grounded in life-affirming values of community, caring, and cooperation.
Audio: Swim Against the Current Audio: Swim Against the Current
by Jim Hightower
Listen to Jim Hightower read an excerpt of Chapter 14 of his book Swim Against the Current.
Why Positive Journalism Matters Why Positive Journalism Matters
by Sarah van Gelder
Listen to Sarah van Gelder's interview by Chris Vondrasek on KBCS' One World Report: "It is part of our journalistic task—to pay attention to where there is news of successful change."
Interview with Maude Barlow Interview with Maude Barlow
by Maude Barlow
Maude Barlow, chair of Council of Canadians, and international campaigner on water and climate change, talks about successes with major international campaigns on trade and water, and how climate change will affect and be affected by these issues. She draws lessons from those struggles for effective action on the climate crisis.
The People Speak Out at FCC Hearing in Seattle The People Speak Out at FCC Hearing in Seattle
by Reclaim the Media
Fran Korten and Sarah van Gelder speak out against consolidation of media ownership at the November 2007 Seattle FCC hearings
Interview with Victoria     Tauli-Corpuz Interview with Victoria Tauli-Corpuz
by Sarah van Gelder
An historic event happened on September 13, 2007. The United Nations, after nearly 25 years of work, adopted the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
Malik Rahim Speaks to the Freedom Caravaners Malik Rahim Speaks to the Freedom Caravaners
by Sarah van Gelder
Malik Rahim speaks about the Common Ground vision for its neighborhood that goes beyond restoring it to its previous state.
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