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Discussion Guide: Reclaiming the Commons
This guide is designed to provide a starting point for your discussion of some of the issues explored in the Summer 2001 issue of YES! magazine.
The Cornucopia of the Commons
by David Bollier
The Cornucopia of the Commons, by David Bollier. Community gardens, free software, self-help groups, and other examples of how the gift economy fosters community and social cohesion as well as economic innovation.
Sky Trust
by Peter Barnes
Sky Trust, by Peter Barnes. Carbon permits could reduce carbon emissions while returning benefits to individuals and rewarding conservation.
Thirst For Justice
by Maude Barlow
Thirst for Justice, by Maude Barlow. Privatization of Bolivia's water supply fails in the face of protest, and a local coallition takes on water distribution.
The Sound And the Furious
by Corinne Asturias
The Sound and the Furious, by Corinne Asturias. How silence is good for commons and noise pollution invades every refuge.
YES! But How? :: Glass, Plastic, or Aluminum, Bike Chains
by Annie Berthold-Bond, Doug Pibel
Drink Containers, eco friendly bicycle chain lubricants, moss control, live sustainably, homemade toothpaste, natural insect repellent, garlic and garden pests, moth repellent and sticky stickers.
A Tale of Three Cities
by Rachel Brahinsky
A Tale of Three Cities, by Rachel Brahinsky. Cautionary tales from California highlight the need for reform in the energy industry and in energy policy.
How to Build a Cob House
Photo Essay: Salish Sea Trading
Lily Yeh Art as Transformation
Photo Essay: Occupy the Farm
Project Sprout
Posters of #OccupyWallStreet
No Impact Week: Photo Essay
The Page That Counts :: Spring 2001
Odds of being hit by falling space debris, and more...