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Book Review: Living Downstream: An Ecologist Looks at Cancer and the Environment by Sandra Steingraber Book Review: Living Downstream: An Ecologist Looks at Cancer and the Environment by Sandra Steingraber
by Peter Montague
A qualified scientist examines all the lines of evidence linking cancer to chemical contamination of the environment and offers solutions.
Book Review: A World that Works: Building Blocks to a Just and Sustainable Society
by Patty Cantrell
a compilation of alternative economic thought and practice from India to Indiana
Book Review - Biomimicry: Innovation Inspired by Nature by Janine M. Benyus Book Review - Biomimicry: Innovation Inspired by Nature by Janine M. Benyus
by Elisabet Sahtouris
Book Review: Heretic's Heart: a Journey of Spirit And Revolution By Margot Adler Book Review: Heretic's Heart: a Journey of Spirit And Revolution By Margot Adler
by Margot Adler
Reviewed by David Kupfer
Sacred Sex
by Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, Eve Ilsen
Making love can be a gateway to unity with the great mysteries
Letter From Sri Lanka :: The Sarvodaya Movement
by Sharif Abdullah
The people of Sri Lanka are building a strong, healthy, and self-sufficient society based on Buddhist and Ghandian principles.
The Soap Summit
by Tracy Rysavy
The first Soap Summit, which took place in 1994 in Los Angeles, and its 1996 sequel focused on overpopulation, reproductive health issues, and teenage sexuality.
Skipping Town
by Steve Lerner
After a series of devastating floods, the people of Pattonsburg rebuilt their town on higher ground – and they did it sustainably.
Girls Initiation
by Maria Dolan, Alan Thein Durning
Girls Initiation, Alan Durning, Chris Crowther, Maria Dolan
Slouching To Kyoto
by Carl Frankel
As world leaders prepare for the climate change debate in Kyoto, Carl Frankel looks for signs of leadership in Washington, DC
Family Values
by Kevin Fong
A cohousing community becomes home to a gay couple and their newly-adopted Latino son
Lifelines
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.
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