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Gifts To the Future
by Philip Bogdonoff
The Millennium is not just for world leaders and advertisers; everyone can create imaginative and meaningful ways to celebrate this threshold moment; Philip Bogdonoff has some ideas.
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.
A Global Constitution
by Gil Friend
Gil Friend, a systems ecologist and business strategist suggests we carefully consider the lessons of NAFTA and GATT as we consider the coming MAI.
Rainforest Logging Shutdown in BC
The British Columbia logging company MacMillan Bloedel announced January 8, 1997, that it is shutting down its logging operations in the Clayoquot Sound rainforest, BC, for this calendar year and part of next.
Letter from the Editor
"Are people actually interested in reading a magazine that focuses on the positive?" asked the reporter from the Wall Street Journal.
The Page That Counts :: Spring 1997 The Page That Counts :: Spring 1997
Approximate number of square miles of grass lawns in the US, more than any other crop, and more...
Book Review: Dialogues With The Living Earth, by James and Roberta Swan Book Review: Dialogues With The Living Earth, by James and Roberta Swan
by Rene Wadlow
Book Review: Dialogues With The Living Earth, by James and Roberta Swan
Book Review: People, Land and Community: Collected EF Schumacher Society Lectures Book Review: People, Land and Community: Collected EF Schumacher Society Lectures
by Kirkus Reviews
Book Review: People, Land and Community: Collected EF Schumacher Society Lectures
Book Reviews - STUFF: The Secret Lives of Everyday Things by John C. Ryan and Alan T. Durning Book Reviews - STUFF: The Secret Lives of Everyday Things by John C. Ryan and Alan T. Durning
by Jason Black
YES! Magazine Book Reviews: STUFF: The Secret Lives of Everyday Things by John C. Ryan and Alan T. Durning
Book Reviews: How Many People Can the Earth Support? by Joel E. Cohen Book Reviews: How Many People Can the Earth Support? by Joel E. Cohen
by R. Lee Hatcher
YES! Magazine Book Reviews: How Many People Can the Earth Support? by Joel E. Cohen
City People: Women's Wealth
by Jane Wilson, Diana McCourt
Womanshare—a micro-economy of skill sharing, entrepreneurship, and mutual aid.
Virtual Ecology
by Margaret Wertheim
A virtual world of natural enchantment and connection - Osmose by Canadian artist Char Davies.
Sustaining Gifts
by Alisa Gravitz
Alisa Gravitz receives a basket of gifts that nurture her spirit and the planet.
The Basic Function of Money The Basic Function of Money
by Jonathan Rowe
A nonprofit HMO for seniors called .
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