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Market Offers Wealth of Tradition—and Veggies—for Immigrant Farmers and Shoppers
by Sarah Meade, Laura-Anne Minkoff-Zernposted Oct 07, 2013
- Many Latino immigrants have agriculture in their past. A market in suburban Maryland makes it possible for them to put that knowledge to work in the here and now.
Timeline of the Climate Movement: How Direct Action Took Center Stage
by Kristin Moeposted Oct 02, 2013
- How can we understand a movement as global, complex, and diverse as the one that's trying to stop climate change? As a start, we've used this timeline to gather events that took place over the past 10 years. Let us know in the comments if you see something we missed!
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Meet its Real-Life, Climate-Defending, Disney-Dissenting Villains
by James Trimarcoposted Oct 01, 2013
- When their name appeared in Joss Whedon's new TV show, the environmentalist group Rising Tide took to social media to fight back.
"The Other Keystone": Seattle Gears Up for Direct Action Against Coal Export Plan
by Rachael Stoeveposted Sep 27, 2013
- A showdown over fossil fuel projects that would exacerbate climate change is brewing in the Emerald City.
The "Wild Dog Whisperer": Rescuing Wolves in California
by YES! online staffposted Sep 27, 2013
- In a desert valley not so far from Los Angeles, Tonya Littlewolf has built a refuge for wolves born in capitivity—and for herself.
Vandana Shiva: Food, Ethics, and Sustainability
by YES! online staffposted Sep 21, 2013
- At Yes! Magazine's event at Seattle Town Hall, Vandana Shiva gives deep insight into the struggles farmers—and eaters—are facing today.
Women's Knowledge: Three Reasons We Won't Solve Climate Change Without It
by Katrina Rabelerposted Sep 20, 2013
- When it comes to solving the climate crisis, the world can't afford to ignore women's voices.
The Real Cost of Gold in the Philippines
by John Cavanagh, Robin Broadposted Sep 13, 2013
- We think of gold as a sign of prosperity, but the farmers and communities most affected by mining just want their rivers and land back.
India Killed Off Most of Its Vultures—Here's Why It Cost Their Economy Billions
by YES! online staffposted Sep 13, 2013
- When about 97 percent of India's vultures died due to eating carcasses that contained a drug called diclofenac, it caused a boom in the feral dog population. The resulting rabies epidemic cost India billions of dollars between 1993 and 2006.
4 Ways to Share the Season’s Harvest (and Make Friends Doing It)
by Katrina Rabeler, Chris Francisposted Sep 13, 2013
- Guerrilla grafting, crop mobs, and other ways to make the fruits of your labor go further.
Chevron Pollutes, Here's What the People Did Back
by Sven Eberleinposted Sep 12, 2013
- The oil giant reputation it becoming notorious as shareholders, mayors, and indigenous people criticize its actions.
Farmer Startups? How Incubators Are Helping Small, Sustainable Farms Take Off
by Alleen Brownposted Sep 11, 2013
- Training farms known as incubators are helping immigrants and others get into farming. But Congressional wrangling over the Farm Bill has put their future in question.
#FearlessSummer: How the Battle to Stop Climate Change Got Ferocious
by Kristin Moeposted Sep 10, 2013
- A series of actions that took place this summer helped to shift the climate movement's center of gravity.
Making Carpet from Discarded Fishing Nets
by YES! online staffposted Sep 06, 2013
- Fishing nets that wash up on the beaches of the Philippines are a nasty form of pollution. Luckily, they can be harvested for useful purposes like carpeting.
Too Much Stuff in Your Life? 7 Ways to Turn it Around
by Shannan Stollposted Sep 05, 2013
- From sharing to repairing, the inspiration you need to lighten your load.