You've completed Wednesday's food experiment and are halfway through No Impact Week: Our participants step up to the challenge of going local.
Grace Porter is going it alone as the sole student at Bainbridge High School to take on the No Impact Week challenge.
We'll be selecting the top ones for a No Impact Week slideshow and a chance to win a subscription to YES!
You've tried your luck at a day using alternative transportation. Did it work?
You've completed your first full day of life with less trash. What's in the bag at the end of the day?
Deep change begins with a vision of possibility.
No Impact Week is showing aspiring environmentalist Deb Seymour that going green isn't always easy.
Now that the first challenge is completed, check in with fellow participants to see how a day away from consumption panned out.
15 years ago, YES! co-founder Sarah van Gelder wrote this piece for the launch issue of YES! How well does it stand up in a world that is, if anything, more chaotic?
Three juniors at Girls Preparatory School in Chattanooga explore ways to live without the excess amid the demands of teenage life.
With the support of his family, Texas teenager Ryan Eisenman is figuring out how to go No Impact in high school.
Answer: Hundreds of you, across the globe. Meet five enthusiastic players.
Former YES! intern Scott Gast navigates No Impact Week in small-town Massachusetts.
Sustainability blogger Aran Seaman has done No Impact Week before—and he's back for round two.
"No Impact Man" inspired Molly Eagen's graduate thesis on life without oil. Follow her tips this week as she takes on the No Impact Experiment.