Most Recent from YES! Magazine
posted Jun 30, 1997
- One crucial aspect of creating a positive future concerns intercultural reconciliation....
by David Korten, Duane Elginposted Jun 30, 1997
- PFN News
by G. Pascal Zacharyposted Jun 30, 1997
- A former commander of the US nuclear forces is calling for a drastic reassessment of the moral, ethical, and practical implications of nuclear weapons.
Brewing a Future :: Zero Emissions in Namibia
by Keto Mshigeni, Gunter Pauliposted Jun 30, 1997
- A southern African brewery spawns a chicken farm, a fish farm, a mushroom plantation, a Spirulina plantation, an earthworm farm, jobs, and hope
Money Is a Human Artifact
by Edgar Cahnposted Jun 30, 1997
- Edgar Cahn developed Time Dollars as a way to rebuild community life.
Managing for Life
by Donella Meadowsposted Jun 30, 1997
- Going green has challenged the ingenuity of CEO Ray Anderson of Interface - but he wouldn't have it any other way, says Donella Meadows
by David Boyleposted Jun 30, 1997
- Ithaca Hours
Beyond Greed and Scarcity
by Bernard Lietaerposted Jun 30, 1997
- Bernard Lietaer talks to Sarah van Gelder about the transformational effects of currency redesign.
Money Versus Wealth
by David Kortenposted Jun 30, 1997
- David Korten distinguishes between money and the real wealth of people, nature, and community
posted Jun 30, 1997
- Trends, news bites, and other indicators of a challenging, spinning, changing world.
The Trouble With Money
by Thomas Grecoposted Jun 30, 1997
- The dysfunctions of money creation
by General Lee Butlerposted Jun 30, 1997
- What is nuclear deterrence? And what is the U.S. responsibility for disarmament?
Betting On the Green
by Carl Frankelposted Jun 30, 1997
- From the White House to Chicago and New York City, Carl Frankel seeks out green design.
by Frances Moore Lappe, Paul DuBoisposted Jun 30, 1997
- the importance of the arts in growing healthy people and community
37 Ways to Join the Gift Economy
by Beverly Feldman, Charles Grayposted Jun 30, 1997
- You don't have to participate in a local currency or service exchange to be part of the cooperative gift economy. Any time you do a favor for a family member, neighbor, colleague, or stranger you're part of it. Here are some ways you can spend time in the gift economy, where you'll find fun, freedom, and connection.