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Book Review: Coming Back to Life by Joanna Macy and Molly Young Brown
by Roberta Wilson
Where Would YOU Want To Live?
by Sarah Ruth van Gelder
Adding Up the Costs of Sprawl
by Tracy Rysavy
Monsanto and the Codes of Life Monsanto and the Codes of Life
by Tracy Rysavy
Frankenfood, terminator technology, genetic engineering, agriculture and Monsanto.
Resource Guide for Exuberant Cities
by Johanna Zetterberg, Mark Overbay
Resources for livable communities, walkable communities, and better public transport.
Bringing Streams To Light
by Mark Overbay
by Mark Overbay
"Smart Growth" - Why Now?
by Peter Newman
Dreams: The Making of Cities
by Peter Newman
"A city should be a place of exuberance and exaltation of the human spirit, a place for celebration and public 'happenings', for rich and easy encounter, for relaxation and enjoyment." E.R.Wickham
Against the Grain
by Peter Montague
genetic engineering, pesticides, USDA, sustainable agriculture, food security
Diverse, Green, Beautiful Cities: an interview     with Carl Anthony Diverse, Green, Beautiful Cities: an interview with Carl Anthony
by Sarah Ruth van Gelder
A multi-cultural coalition can lead the way to greener and more vibrant cities that work for all residents, says Carl Anthony in this interview with YES! executive editor, Sarah van Gelder.
Corporate Futures
by David Korten
David Korten, Paul Hawken, dialogue, corporate futures, sustainable business, post-corporate world
Peace Trees, Vietnam
by Gay-Wynn Cooper
Although public opinion has turned against the use of landmines, a large number remain active, a lethal reminder of wars long over. One group of Americans and Vietnamese are removing landmines and restoring an indigenous ecosystem ...
YES! But How? :: Electricity, Dry Cleaning, Birch YES! But How? :: Electricity, Dry Cleaning, Birch
by Doug Pibel, Annie Berthold-Bond
Green Electricity, Avoiding Dry-Cleaning , Using Black Birch , and Non-toxic Wood Stain
Natural Step: the Science of Sustainability
by Dr. Karl-Henrik Robert
Dr. Karl-Henrik Robert, a Swedish cancer doctor and medical researcher, founded The Natural Step to inject some science into the environmental debate - and provide a solid foundation for action. He spoke to YES! executive editor Sarah van Gelder during his recent trip to the US.
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