In the last week, anger at the BP oil disaster has begun turning into action. Here are some of the things Americans are doing.
A new book uncovers the best reasons yet for unconditional school food reform.
Only a nonviolent revolution, like the one led by Gandhi, can meet the challenge of the climate crisis.
Haiti's strong peasant movement is calling for policies and programs that can help restore the land and protect small-scale sustainable agricultural production from agribusiness.
When a water main broke, Bostonians got a glimpse of the best and worst responses to a disruption in the flow of a basic necessity.
As part of the Sierra Club's "Beyond Coal Campaign," UNC Chapel Hill seeks to be a leader in a coal-free future.
When an oil spill coated birds in San Francisco Bay 40 years ago, he quit driving. Then he quit speaking. Madeline Ostrander asked him what he learned in that process that can help us deal with the BP oil spill.
Why more water for wildlife means more water for people.
An old North Dakota farm is a laboratory for growing food when water runs short.
Around the world, people are taking control of their water supply.
How the tribes of the Klamath River stood up for the salmon—and won.
Why controlling your water supply is so important.
Senior editor Madeline Ostrander introduces YES! Magazine’s Water Solutions issue.