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Elephant Cartoon
"It's hard to hide two tons of ego anywhere." Caption submitted by Chuck Manske.
How Does Your CEO Get to Work?
by Fran Korten
Fran Korten’s rain-or-shine commute to YES! Magazine gives her 3.4 carbon-free miles and an intrepid outlook. Oh, and fun helmet hair.
An Interview with Winona LaDuke
by Sarah van Gelder
Winona LaDuke on wild rice, wind power, Thunder Beings, self-reliance, and our covenant with the Creator.
Smart Security and the End of War
by David Korten
We humans have arrived at a defining moment. We must bring ourselves into balance with one another and Earth or suffer the consequences of social and environmental collapse. It creates a unique opportunity for bold action to end war as an instrument of foreign policy, dismantle the military establishment, and create a world that works for all.
Smart Security and the End of War
by David Korten
We humans have arrived at a defining moment. We must bring ourselves into balance with one another and Earth or suffer the consequences of social and environmental collapse. It creates a unique opportunity for bold action to end war as an instrument of foreign policy, dismantle the military establishment, and create a world that works for all.
DIY Foreign Policy Heroes
Think foreign policy is just for politicians? These people can change your mind.
What to Do with Your Money During Tough Times
by Michael Kramer
First rule: Don’'t panic. How to weather an economic storm and help make the transition to a less crisis-prone future.
Dave Eggers: How We Learn
by Dave Eggers
Accepting his 2008 TED Prize, author Dave Eggers asks the TED community to personally, creatively engage with local public schools. He talks about how his 826 Valencia tutoring center inspired others around the world.
Connect and Engage: Foreign Policy
by Jing Fong
As a teacher, helping your students understand foreign policy requires that you explore other cultures and nations and how they relate to the United States. Here are a couple of curriculum options to help you make that connection.
Students as Citizen Diplomats
by Brendan Clarke
Since 1986, Bainbridge Island, WA, has maintained a strong relationship with its sister city Ometepe, Nicaragua. Instead of just learning about foreign relations, students and teachers forge their own personal connections. Here are their stories.
Teaching with the News
by Jing Fong
The Choices Program’s Teaching with the News initiative provides online curriculum materials and ideas to connect the content of the classroom to the headlines in the news. Its twelve lesson plans cover a range of foreign policy and international issues, from analyzing U.S. efforts to combat terrorism to exploring policy alternatives for relations with Iran.
Navigating The Great Turning From Empire To Earth Community
by David Korten
David Korten’s presentation to the Seattle Green Festival shows that we humans can choose to turn this moment of planetary crisis into a new era, grounded in life-affirming values of community, caring, and cooperation.
Common Good Finance
Common Good Banks Can Make A Better World For Everyone
Balloons Cartoon
"When Al Gore was elected president in 2016, he had Air Force One converted to run on helium."Caption submitted by Bryan Falla.
Quote :: Split This Rock
“I dream of a child who will ask, ‘Mother, what was war?’” From the Split This Rock collaborative collage poem delivered by individual poets in front of the White House, March 23, 2008.