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Divine Daughters

YES! A Journal of Positive Futures, Spring 2000: new stories, divine daughters, a poem by Rachel Bagby
Rachel Bagby
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November 30 WTO Showdown

The most dramatic confrontations took place on November 30 (N30), when thousands of protesters blocked WTO delegates from reaching the meeting. Author Paul Hawken was among them.
Paul Hawken
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Equity In the Air

Global warming is unlikely to yield to politics-as-usual. So what will work? Start with the fact that “we” are not one, but rather a world divided.
Tom Athanasiou
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A Zero-emissions Family

A Zero-emissions Family, by Donna Meadows- the Jonathan Foley family , YES! A Journal of Positive Futures, winter 1999/2000: changing the climate,
Donella Meadows
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China’s Living Water Garden

A polluted river in China becomes the site of a water park that provides a safe place for children's play, a celebration of water's beauty, and a cleansing of the water itself.
Anne H. Mavor
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Secrets of a Poet Spy

Award-winning poet Martin Espada talks to YES! associate editor Tracy Rysavy about his Latino roots, the pen as an activist's tool, and why we have to imagine a more just world before making it happen.
Tracy Rysavy
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Peace Trees, Vietnam

Although public opinion has turned against the use of landmines, a large number remain active, a lethal reminder of wars long over. One group of Americans and Vietnamese are removing landmines and restoring an indigenous ecosystem ...
Gay-Wynn Cooper
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