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Military Recruitment of Youth - stories, links & resources Military Recruitment of Youth - stories, links & resources
by Brandi Bratrude
Are you being recruited? Are recruiters giving you all the information you need to make an informed decision about joining the military? Do you have other options? These questions should be filtering through your mind while trying to understand what it means to be a young American.
SOL :: Princeton report into voting     security SOL :: Princeton report into voting security
by Doug Pibel
Diebold DRE voting machines are easy to subvert, and have serious security problems
Readers' Forum
Letters from readers for the Winter 2007 issue of YES!: Go Local!
:: Successful Strategies Emphasize Accountability
Sustainable Connections in Bellingham, Washington, gets businesses to commit to sustainability - and to the local economy.
The Business of BALLE
by Ann Bartz
The Business Alliance for Local Living Economies proves that locally owned companies can stand up to some of the harmful effects of globalization and foster the health and vitality of a region.
:: Kaiser serves up local foods
by Catherine Bailey
Healthcare giant Kaiser Permanente is serving locally grown produce through an innovative scheme pioneered at their Oakland hospital to bring farmers' markets to its patients.
:: 7 Ways to Break Free of the Corporate Economy
Has the cash economy swallowed up your life? Here are some ways to extract some of your time and "life energy" from the cash economy.
Cheaper by the Dozen?
Economies of scale are the traditional argument against 'Going Local'. But an examination of the why's and how's of local production show that these savings kick in at a much smaller scale than global corporations would have you believe.
No Comment: Irony in India
by Sharad Haksar
Internationally recognized advertising photographer Sharad Haksar's "Brand Irony" series highlights concern about water shortages in communities around Coca-Cola's bottling plants across India.
Theme Guide Theme Guide
A visual map of Go Local articles in the Winter 2007 issue.
No Deal No Deal
by Mark Randazzo
Activists from around the world joined hands on the streets and in the corridors of power to protest WTO trade deals they said would harm people and the planet. They just won big.
Jon Stewart: Journalist or Comedian?
by Sarah Kuck
Jon Stewart's satirical Daily Show takes a critical yet hilarious look at government, current affairs, media, and pop culture. He says he's just a comic. Some journalists disagree.
Commentary: 12-Step Program to Stop Climate     Change Commentary: 12-Step Program to Stop Climate Change
by Alisa Gravitz
Co-op America's Alisa Gravitz outlines a 12-Step Program to Stop Climate Change based on the Carbon Mitigation Initiative (CMI) proposals to stabilize emissions.
Change the Story, Change the Future Change the Story, Change the Future
by Fran Korten
YES! Magazine publisher Fran Korten shows how the stories that we tell define what is viewed as possible and right. When we think about how to change the world, we must think about how to change the stories.
From the Editor - An Economy with a Future From the Editor - An Economy with a Future
by Sarah van Gelder
YES! Magazine editor Sarah van Gelder introduces the Winter 2007 issue, Go Local.
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