Sneak Preview of the YES! Education Issue with our Higher Education poster: 12 Things You Might Not Have Learned in the Classroom. Also Signs of Life: Small Stories About Big Change.
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Building a Just and Sustainable World   August 2009

Higher Education poster
Learn as You Go

What do really educated people know…

In 12 Things You Might Not Have Learned in the Classroom, leading education reformer John Taylor Gatto presents his list of the most important things to learn in life.

This Higher Education poster is a sneak preview of Learn as You Go, the Fall 2009 issue of YES!

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The new face of town halls: outside a town hall forum in Alhambra, California. Photo by waynewhuang
Detail from logo of Asset-Based Community Development Institute
Health Care Déjà Vu
Can any reform that does not build on the universal right to health care be successful?
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The town hall meetings have raised questions about how our democracy works:
Here's how to have real public involvement from beginning to end.
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No matter how hard they try, there are many things our very best institutions cannot do. But we can.

Signs of Life: Small Stories About Big Change

An amazon community discovers a burst underground oil pipeline. Photo by Ben Powless
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Amazon Tribes Win Against Big Oil
In the Amazon rainforests of Peru and Ecuador, indigenous groups are on the front lines of the climate change battle. We report on recent victories in both countries, and on the cost. MORE…

The Future Action Reclamation Mob (FARM) project built raised beds along San Francisco's Hooper Street. Photo by Navid Baraty
Cities Eat Local
Increasing numbers of U.S. cities are looking to lessen their climate impact by growing and eating local food. MORE…

Logo from Bundy on Tap campaign
Act Two for Clean Water
The U.S. Senate may be poised to undo a Bush-era policy that undercut protection of the nation's waterways. And, in a July 4 vote, Bundanoon, Australia, may have become the first community in the world to legally ban bottled water. MORE…


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VIDEO Power Shift Sydney Flash Dance
Flashdance in Sydney
Watch hundreds of young people dance in a 'flash mob' on the steps of the Sydney Opera House, a creative protest at the Power Shift 2009 youth climate summit.
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