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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.
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
Book Reviews: Pride & Joy: The Lives and Passions of Women without Children by Terri Casey
by Ann Krumboltz
Imagine the Angels of Bread
by Martin Espada
Poetry by Martin Espada :: Imagine the Angels of Bread
Poetry by Martín Espada
by Martin Espada
Poetry by Martín Espada - Jorge the Janitor Finally Quits, from the collection "Rebellion is the Circle of a Lover's Hands."
The Page That Counts :: Fall 1999
Amount a London-based insurance company pays on a policy if the insured party becomes impregnated by aliens, and more...
Book Review: A Sand County Almanac by Aldo Leopold
by Donella Meadows
YES! But How? :: Responsibly Dispose of Electronics
Electronic equipment disposal, termite control, non-toxic finish for wooden toys, citrus peel and citrus solvents, organic oven cleaner.
In Consideration of Our Common Future: Letter from the Editor
by Sarah van Gelder
Our premise in calling the meeting is that we are reaching the limits of the modern, industrial age. Every institution of society • from education, to health care, to business, to government, to the family • is in a state of crisis or transition. But there are also signs of something new emerging • new values, new ways of relating to each other, new ways of life • that draw on ancient wisdom as well as the useful innovations of the modern era.
Find a Place To Stand
by Lynne Twist
Tips for transformative leaders
WTO: What's at Stake
by Dan Seligman
WTO What's at Stake
Free the Children: the Story of Craig Kielburger
by Tracy Rysavy
One 12 year-old-kid - what could he possibly do on behalf of children his age half a world away? Take on his own prime minister, for a start.
The Long Boom?
Responses to the Dialogue of Paul Hawken and David Korten
The Feel of the Land
by Donella H. Meadows
The Feel of the Land, by Donella H. Meadows
How Do You Love All the Children?
by Sarah Ruth van Gelder
an interview with Bill McDonough by Sarah van Gelder