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Is President Obama Serious About a New Relationship with the Americas?
by Sarah van Gelder
The Summit of the Americas gave President Obama a chance to hear the hopes and fears of an entire continent. Are we, finally, stepping into a new relationship with our neighbors?
Pedal People Put the Cycling in Recycling
by Laura Kaliebe
In all types of weather, the staff of Pedal People Cooperative Inc. can be found hauling up to 300 pounds of trash, recycling and compost on trailers hitched to the back of their bikes.
Is President Obama Serious About a New Relationship with the Americas?
by Sarah van Gelder
The Summit of the Americas gave President Obama a chance to hear the hopes and fears of an entire continent. Are we, finally, stepping into a new relationship with our neighbors?
Exxon Valdez—20 Years Later
by Riki Ott
20 years after the Exxon Valdez oil spill, Alaskan coastline remains contaminated, and residents still struggle for justice Riki Ott tells the story of the Exxon Valdez and the impacts of the oil spill on the ecosystem and the fishing communities along Alaskan coastlines.
Working Together at the Summit of the Americas
by Laura Kaliebe
Three days isn’t enough time to solve all of the problems in the hemisphere—but it’s a start.On April 17-19, 2009, the democratically-elected leaders of 34 countries will meet in Trinidad and Tobago for the Summit of the Americas.
Free Copies of YES!
FREE Bulk copies of our special Latin America issue are available upon request. YES! has an overstock of the Summer 2007 issue, "Latin America Rising," focusing on many of the inspiring and discussion-provoking social movements in Latin America over the past decade.
Celebrate Earth Day Every Day
by Laura Kaliebe
Forget about celebrating Earth Day on just one day—or even all month. This year the Earth Day Network is launching its “Greenest Generation” initiative. This set of resources will help you make every day Earth Day.
The Food Project
by John Wang
The Food Project brings teens into farming, and they love it.
No arreglen Wall Street, reemplácenla
by David Korten
¿Por qué no una economía de riqueza verdadera?
La ciudad que terminó con el hambre
by Frances Moore Lappe
Una ciudad de Brasil reclutó agricultores locales para ayudar a hacer algo que las ciudades de EE.UU. todavía tienen que hacer: acabar con el hambre.
Productos frescos desde… la ciudad
by Mark Winne
Ciudadanos y autoridades locales se unen para obtener alimentos frescos para escuelas y vecindarios.
Cultivando energía en un desierto alimentario urbano
by Roger Bybee
Will Allen está llevando a la agricultura y a los alimentos frescos nuevamente a los vecindarios de la ciudad.
Visual Learning: Tapped Out
by Jing Fong
This Visual Learning Lesson will get your students thinking about the pros and cons of bottled water.
Connect and Engage: Food Stamps and Seafood
by Jing Fong
What would you eat for only $3 each day? What’s the difference between freshwater and farm raised fish? You and your students will take your eating awareness to another level with these two resources. Your new knowledge will make you think before you buy.
Reconnecting Schools to Real Food
by Chef Tom French
Chef Tom, director of the Experience Food Project, has a broad vision of a new school food system that serves healthy local food, and builds bridges between the classroom and the kitchen. Here is Chef Tom’s story.