Realizing that they can’t wait for adults to fix our sweeping societal and environmental problems, young people are taking meaningful action to end business as usual.
Across the country, cities from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh to Portland are finding fresh new ways to create engaging street life for residents while eco-upgrading their green spaces, services and infrastructure.
With simple, clear steps and procedures, we can build bonds with our neighbors to create a better tomorrow together.
Dedicated to improving their slice of the world, activists are energetically tackling problems that range from food waste in California to poor sanitation in Haiti to Alzheimer’s treatment in New York.
People from all walks of life are joining together in innovative, heart-centered ways to address the planet’s deep-rooted problems.
Couchsurfing—sleeping on someone’s couch or spare bed located via member Internet postings—results in in-depth travel experiences that can’t be found in a guidebook.
To build loving communities, we need only to locate and engage the talents right in our midst.
Forward-thinking U.S. cities are emphasizing healthy housing, friendly neighborhoods, car-free transportation, clean energy, local food and waste reduction.
Replacing the “I win, you lose” paradigm is a new “Me-We” way of thinking that now informs everything from enlightened environmental stewardship to economics, as well as health and spiritual well-being.
The mindset of sharing and collaboration may be the answer to some of today’s biggest questions and challenges.