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The chapters in this volume were adapted from articles originally published by YES! Magazine. Since its founding in 1996, YES! has been reframing the biggest problems of our time in terms of their solutions. Online and in print, YES! outlines a path forward with in-depth analysis, tools for...read more...
The chapters in this volume were adapted from articles originally published by YES! Magazine. Since its founding in 1996, YES! has been reframing the biggest problems of our time in terms of their solutions. Online and in print, YES! outlines a path forward with in-depth analysis, tools for citizen engagement, and stories about real people working for a better world. YES! Magazine is a nonprofit, ad-free publication and website based near Seattle, Washington. Find additional resources on sustainable happiness at www.yesmagazine.org/happiness-book.
The following authors contributed to this book:
is a writer, publicist, and cupcake baker. She lives in Berkeley, California.
is a poet, essayist, and fiction writer, who lives and farms in Henry County, Kentucky.
is a consultant, speaker, and author of Flawless Consulting, Stewardship, The Answer to How Is Yes, and Community: The Structure of Belonging. He lives in Cincinnati, Ohio
is a Zen priest, poet, community builder, and Native Hawaiian cultural translator. She is also a member of the board of directors of the Positive Futures Network, publisher of YES! Magazine. Pua lives in Wai‘anae, Hawai‘i.
is an architect and author of Pocket Neighborhoods: Creating Small-Scale Community in a Large-Scale World. He lives on Whidbey Island, Washington.
is the co-founder and executive director of Restorative Justice for Oakland Youth, and she serves as counsel to the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers.
is a freelance writer, journalist, and editor who began her career in the nonprofit sector. She lives in Washington, D.C.
is a blogger for YES! Magazine and author of four books, including Radical Homemakers: Reclaiming Domesticity from a Consumer Culture. She farms with three generations of her family in West Fulton, New York.
s an author and freelance writer. She was formerly a YES! Magazine staff editor and is currently a YES! contributing editor. Brooke lives in Seattle, Washington.
is a science writer and creator of “The Primate Diaries,” a Scientific American blog. He is currently a doctoral student in the history of science at the University of British Columbia.
is a freelance writer, editor, and communications consultant based in Nevada City, California.
is an Australian cultural thinker and author of How Should We Live? Great Ideas from the Past for Everyday Life, How to Find Fulfilling Work, and Empathy: Why It Matters, and How to Get It. He is a founding faculty member of The School of Life in London.
is the executive director of Greenpeace USA. She is also an author, a YES! Magazine contributing editor, and the creator of the “Story of Stuff” series.
is program coordinator at the Whidbey Institute, a facilitator with Generation Waking Up, and creator of the blog Wholehearted Masculine (wholeheartedmasculine.org). He lives in Seattle, Washington.
is co-director of the Asset-Based Community Development Institute at Northwestern University. He is the author of The Careless Society and co-author with Peter Block of The Abundant Community: Awakening the Power of Families and Neighborhoods.
is a filmmaker and one of the creative forces behind ServiceSpace (www.servicespace.org) and DailyGood. She is also the co-author of Infinite Vision: How Aravind Became the World’s Greatest Business Case for Compassion.
is a Buddhist monk, French interpreter for the Dalai Lama, and the author of seven books, including Happiness: A Guide to Developing Life’s Most Important Skill. He is an active member of the Mind and Life Institute, and lives at the Shechen monastery in Nepal.
is a world-renowned environmental activist. She has authored more than Jeremy Adam Smith is the author of The Daddy Shift, founding editor of Shareable.net, and Web editor of Greater Good, the online magazine of UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center (http://greatergood.berkeley.edu).
is a writer, public speaker, and co-founder and editor in chief of YES! Magazine. Sarah edited one of the first books about the Occupy movement, This Changes Everything: Occupy Wall Street and the 99% and the anthology Making Peace: Healing a Violent World. She lives in Suquamish, Washington.
is the author of All That We Share: A Field Guide to the Commons and The Great Neighborhood Book. He’s an editor of On the Commons (www.onthecommons.org) and a YES! Magazine contributing editor.
is an epidemiologist and co-author with Kate Pickett of The Spirit Level: Why More Equal Societies Almost Always Do Better.
is president of the Rockwood Leadership Institute, based in Oakland, California. Akaya speaks and leads trainings nationally and internationally.