November 14, 2019

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Changing Symbols of Success

While our core needs have remained the same (self-esteem, security, social support, clean water), the way we meet these needs has changed radically....

Where the Grid Will Not Go

NYT reports of a health center in Rwanda with limited services, including the fact it only has electricity for two and a half...

A "Revolution of Greens" Needed to Curb Food Price Crisis

Diversifying food production to include local and indigenous vegetables can help communities.

A Shrinking City Knocks Down Neighborhoods

By 2006, most of the steel mills in Youngstown, Ohio, had been gone for decades. The population was shrinking. So the city launched...

Welcome to the Anthropocene: The Human-Powered, Fossil Fuel-Driven Era

Fast Company explores "Anthropocene" - a century endowed with power and the responsibility to switch to non-fossil fuels soon.

Can Japan find "New Deal" after triple whammy?

The Daiichi nuclear power plant in Fukushima is built on the shoreline in northeast Japan. So when an 8.9 magnitude earth quake struck...

How Wisconsin Could Turn Austerity into Prosperity: Own a Bank

An answer to state budget woes that doesn't need to involve sacrificing workers' rights by YES! Magazine.

Ethiopia posts big gains in access to drinking water

From less than 20% of the population having access to clean water in 2000, the figure has risen to 68.5% today.

UN sets out blueprint for greening the world's economy

A UN report outlines path to kickstart economic growth after the recession, without generating a rise in emissions.

U.S. Green Chamber of Commerce Wants to Be a Networking Platform for Sustainable Businesses

The expansion was inspired by the overwhelming response to the Green Chamber's local events.




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