Will Cochabamba be a turning point in the climate crisis?
Welcome to the World People's Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth—a massive meeting organized by the Bolivian government in response to the resounding failure of the United Nations-sponsored climate talks in Copenhagen last year.
The climate summit in Bolivia is based on the start of a strategy—to bring social movements inside discussions about combating climate change—but more careful planning is needed.
OneClimate.net streams live from the World People's Summit on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth.
The fight against climate change has begun to reflect the colonial, top-down worldview that contributed to the problem in the first place. Mexican activist and storyteller Gustavo Esteva on a new vision—one that is radically bottom-up.
Chris Jordan's powerful photographs show the impact of disposable plastics on the albatross of Midway Atoll.
Photographer Chris Jordan’s latest project left him feeling grief and hopelessness. Now he wants more people to discover how productive those emotions can be.
When the web connects gardeners with available land, surprising things can happen. Pamela Chang on the fresh food, new skills, and friendships she gained when she offered to share her land with a neighbor.
10 years ago, YES! Magazine covered the story of the Living Water Garden, part of a citywide revitalization program in Chengdu, China. Has the promise of that story turned into reality?
Cleaning up New Orleans
Revamping the Cafeteria Menu
Choosing a Sustainable Path
The West Virginia mine explosion is, unfortunately, only the most recent reminder of the true price of so-called cheap coal.
How one man's choice to live car-free brought him more in touch with his neighbors, his community, and himself.