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Syria: Six Alternatives to Military Strikes
by Sarah van Gelderposted Sep 05, 2013
- Many of the legal and diplomatic processes that led to peace in other times of conflict haven't even been tried yet in Syria.
Too Much Stuff in Your Life? 7 Ways to Turn it Around
by Shannan Stollposted Sep 05, 2013
- From sharing to repairing, the inspiration you need to lighten your load.
The Radical Homemaker's Guide to Sex Talks
by Shannon Hayesposted Sep 04, 2013
- Living a happy life in love is the most important sexual education we can give our kids.
How We Went Back to School, Macklemore Style
by Frida Berriganposted Sep 04, 2013
- For a more sustainable start to the school year, just follow the Seattle-based rapper to that thrift store down the road.
What Will Climate Change Mean for Ethiopia's Coffee Crop?
by YES! online staffposted Aug 30, 2013
- Scientists at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew, London, have learned that climate change endangers Ethiopia's coffee crops. Here's what they're doing to make sure the plants will survive.
11 Reasons Why We Should Not Attack Syria
by Sarah van Gelderposted Aug 29, 2013
- Remember the last time we were told military strikes were needed because a Middle Eastern despot had used weapons of mass destruction?
One Thing College Alumni Can Do about Climate Change Right Now
by Laurent Dalozposted Aug 29, 2013
- I've respectfully informed my alma mater that, until it divests its holdings in the fossil fuel industry—coal, oil, tar sands, and fracked natural gas—I will not donate another cent.
Bringing Bison and Biodiversity Back to the Prairie
by Sarah Kuckposted Aug 29, 2013
- A Montana-based nonprofit is moving to preserve 3.5 million acres of the Great Plains.
After Rana Plaza: Let's Bring Humanity Back Into Our Stuff
by Christa Hillstromposted Aug 29, 2013
- We all know our stuff doesn't grow on store shelves. Here's how we can rehumanize our relationship with our things—and the people who make them.
The TPP Is Another Job Killing Trade Deal—So Why Are Both Parties Supporting It?
by Natalie Pompilioposted Aug 28, 2013
- Factory owners in the United States say that the Trans-Pacific Partnership—which is being negotiated this week in Brunei—will force them to lay off workers. Yet opponents in Washington are few and far between.
Why MLK's Dream Took on Poverty and War Along with Racism
by Drew Dellinger, Walter Dellingerposted Aug 28, 2013
- As some beat the drums for war with Syria on the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, it's important to remember the full scope of King's dream.
Want to Change the World (and Not Get Burnt Out)? Start with Your Neighborhood
by Jay Walljasperposted Aug 27, 2013
- Starting the process of change in a place you know well makes it more doable and fun.
A Safe Place for Bees: Will US Follow Europe in Banning Hive-Killing Pesticides?
by Katrina Rabelerposted Aug 27, 2013
- While banning the use of bee-killing pesticides is crucial, planting your yard with flowers instead of grass helps, too.
When You've Built a Life of Joys, the Biggest Challenge Is Choosing
by Shannon Hayesposted Aug 26, 2013
- I've built a life filled with work I love. But the challenge of choosing among competing joys is very real.
Annie Leonard: How to Be More than a Mindful Consumer
by Annie Leonardposted Aug 22, 2013
- The way we make and use stuff is harming the world—and ourselves. To create a system that works, we can't just use our purchasing power. We must turn it into citizen power.