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Powerful ideas, practical actions from the YES! community.
Instead of sitting helplessly on the sidelines, here are six things every American can do.
All across the United States and Canada people are rebuilding their local economies to restore community and regain control of their economic lives. How do these local efforts add up to global economic transformation? I delivered this keynote address to the Business Alliance for Local Living Economies (BALLE) in Charleston, NC on May 22, 2010 on the theme "Lighting the Way to a New Economy."
Margaret Wheatley asks: “How do we keep going, remain grounded and steadfast? How do we become people who can persevere?” in this first of a series of posts on the essential skill of persevering.
The movement to transform our country’s food system is picking up steam—and the political environment has never been better.
Looking back on 10 years of carbon reduction efforts in Seattle.
How relinquishing our innate pursuit of power and embracing compassion can lead to a more peaceful world.
Growing renewed relationships with our food, homes, and communities requires getting our hands dirty.
A coalition of peasant farmers is standing up for food sovereignty.
As the price of college skyrockets, a new book looks to "edupunk" alternatives.
David Korten: Where does the concept of “climate debt” fit into a New Economy framework?
A new documentary illustrates a different kind of American Dream taking hold in Detroit.
Can meat have a place in the life of a “radical homemaker” trying to live sustainably? Farmer Shannon Hayes believes it can.
David Korten: Wall Street's plunge shows what's wrong with phantom wealth. Why support that system when we could be creating jobs in the real economy?
Seattle makes a 10-year commitment to become a more compassionate city.
In Greenfield, Mass., a group of neighbors have formed a support group to face their changing world.
YES! Magazine board chair David Korten speaks about his life’s work, and what drew him to become involved with YES! Magazine.
Very often, what we dislike in others is something that we need to acknowledge, heal, integrate, and empower in ourselves.
The World People's Summit broke new ground by allowing those most affected by a changing climate the chance to speak out about their ideas for just solutions.
The author addresses the thousands who gathered in Cochabamba for the World People's Summit on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth.