Latinos Live Longest Despite Poverty. Here’s Their Secret
by Jasmine AguileraDec 08, 2015
- U.S. Hispanics who pass down a tradition of food, family, and healing are healthier. But can they sustain that as generations become more assimilated?
Maintaining Real Relationships in the Digital World
by Miles SchneidermanDec 08, 2015
- Social media has become a fundamental part of my life. As an American in 2015, I am the rule, not the exception. So what does healthy use of these sites look like?
Will a Climate War Pit Police Against Communities of Color?
by Lyanne AlfaroDec 08, 2015
- This organizer thinks so. She’s in Paris demanding a solution before the chaos starts.
When the Rainforest Burned: #MyClimateMoment’s Top 10 Wake-Up Calls
by Araz HachadourianDec 08, 2015
- We asked readers to share the moment climate change became urgent for them. Here’s what they said.
Winter 2016 Student Writing Competition: Every Girl's Right
Dec 06, 2015
- Want a motivator to take your students' writing to a higher level? Here's an opportunity to write for a real audience, and the chance to get published by an award-winning magazine.
Inside COP21: You Have to See These Behind-the-Scenes Photos
by Tony MannoDec 04, 2015
- Fifteen reasons we love the Paris climate talks photo stream.
Video: What We Talk About When We Talk About Privilege
by Tony MannoDec 04, 2015
- In this YES! Short, volunteers discuss what it means to confront the privilege of others—as well as their own.
COP21: How to Ramp Down Fossil Fuels Fast—Without Leaving People Behind
by Kate AronoffDec 04, 2015
- In just a few months at the beginning of WWII, the U.S. auto industry converted to a war machine. We need that kind of rapid, driven transition to get away from fossil fuels. Here's the just way to do it.
#MyClimateMoment: When Was the Instant Climate Change Became Deep, Urgent, and Personal For You?
by Liz PleasantDec 04, 2015
- Lots of us have had a moment—a revelation, observation, or interaction—when climate change became more than a concept. What’s yours?
COP21: Climate Change Hurts Kids Worst
by Jim ShultzDec 03, 2015
- “There may be no greater, growing threat facing the world’s children—and their children—than climate change.”
COP21: What Paris Can Learn From a Mississippi Co-op
by Marcus Harrison GreenDec 03, 2015
- Cooperation Jackson heads to the Paris climate talks to show what a just transition to a green economy looks like.
Why Manning Up Is the Worst Thing to Do
by Mark GreeneDec 03, 2015
- Can we cure the toxicity of male trauma and the resulting illnesses it creates?
Corporate Climate Criminals Shamed in Paris Ad Campaign (and Other News to Chew On)
by YES! StaffDec 02, 2015
- How private companies are involved with COP21 talks, what the internet does to your focus, and how artists transformed ads to reveal the way companies pollute the planet.
Call for Submissions: Gender Justice
by YES! EditorsDec 02, 2015
- How do we achieve gender equality? This issue will look at why women's and LGBTQ issues are everybody's issues. Send us your pitches by Dec. 28.
Bad-Weather Bicycling: 4 Tips to Stay Warm, Safe, and Dry
by Miles SchneidermanDec 01, 2015
- This winter, bike more comfortably whether in rain, snow, or just frigid temperatures.