All living things need water.
Is the shortest distance between two points all that life is about? The City Repair Project doesn’t think so. They’re helping people imagine and create lively public spaces–starting with your local intersection.
Portland, Ore. is the home of the Village Building Convergence, an annual event that draws on the power and creativity of neighbors to build the places they'd like to live.
The Fun Theory holds that "something as simple as fun is the easiest way to change people's behavior for the better."
Danny Goldfield’s NYChildren project captures images of kids from every country, residing in New York City. The spirit of the project has become more than just pictures.
Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution campaign passionately calls for Americans to think about their relationship with food. By being food smart, he is convinced we and our children will live longer.
YES! Magazine board chair David Korten speaks about his life’s work, and what drew him to become involved with YES! Magazine.
The author addresses the thousands who gathered in Cochabamba for the World People's Summit on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth.
Video: The Cochabamba climate summit was designed to respect the power and knowledge of world social movements and indigenous peoples.
Who says cities have to be islands of concrete?
In Bolivia, indigenous people and grassroots groups are creating a second chance to stand up to climate change.
Robert Redford discusses the history and importance of Earth Day.
Chris Jordan's powerful photographs show the impact of disposable plastics on the albatross of Midway Atoll.
Our new problems might require paying attention to old wisdom. A new documentary looks to indigenous leadership for answers—and throws our way of life into sharp relief.
With support from across the political spectrum—and historic leadership from President Obama—we are at a tipping point in the struggle for nuclear abolition.