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PLANET

We've only got one planet, and it makes our lives possible. We can no longer take it for granted.

A Zero-emissions Family
by Donella Meadows
a zero-emissions family, by Donna Meadows- the Jonathan Foley family , YES! A Journal of Positive Futures, winter 1999/2000: changing the climate,
Taking Stock
by Jennifer McCullough
Calculating how to be more climate change friendly.
CO2 quiz: are you Kyoto cool?
by Jennifer McCullough
Green Schools
by Chloe Frommer
changing the climate, green schools By Chloe Frommer
Earth's Energy Future
by Deepa Anandakrishnan, Oronto Douglas, Denis Hayes, Jose Lutzenberger, Wolfgang Sachs, Francesca Lyman
changing the climate, earth's energy future, by Deepa Anandakrishnan, Oronto Douglas, Denis Hayes, Josè Lutzenberger, Francesca Lyman, and Wolfgang Sachs
Energy At the Edge
by Chris Frommer, Jennifer McCullough, Shalini Ramanathan
Perhaps the most promising way to meet our energy needs is through efficiently using the energy we already produce
Cities Take the Lead
by Michael Closson
changing the climate, cities take the lead, by Michael Closson
Episcopal Power And Light
by Tracy Rysavy
An interview with Sally Bingham
Equity In the Air
by Tom Athanasiou
changing the climate, equity in the air, by Tom Athanasiou, YES! magazine
The Global Warming Crisis
by Ross Gelbspan
The solution is as simple as it is overwhelming. To allow our inflamed climate to restabilize requires emissions reductions of 70 percent. And that implies a rapid global energy transition to high-efficiency and renewable energy sources. Those sources exist today, and they are capable of providing all the energy we use and more. Ross Gelbspan
China's Living Water Garden
by Anne H. Mavor
A polluted river in China becomes the site of a water park that provides a safe place for children's play, a celebration of water's beauty, and a cleansing of the water itself.
Curitiba: Story of a City
by Bill McKibben
Curitiba, Brazil, is drawing attention around the world not for its beauty or cultural amenities but for its solutions to ecological and human problems that have left other cities in despair.
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
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