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"Our planet is getting younger. Youth will comprise the bulk of the population in the coming century. NR writers look at the implications of this demographic shift"

 

ISSUE THEME

Reinventing Education: Saving Our Children and Our Planet
by Dan Butts & Mike Whitty
Holistic education makes whole people, ready for the real world.

Agequake: Say Hello to Underpopulation
by Sohail Inayatullah
This unexpected trend may turn our social system upside down

The Four Jailers
by Betsy Terrell
Some tools to survive & thrive on the human condition.

Cultural Renewal: Revitalizing Youth Futures
by Jennifer Gidley
On empowering probable futures with hope & meaning.

On Wings of Literature
by P.R. Sarkar
Imagination can open the mind & the heart.

Too Soon to Ashes
by Kathleen Grassel
What makes a father makes the son.

COMMUNICATION

How Green is Your Media?
by David Cromwell
The biases of environmental news coverage.

CONSCIOUSNESS

Towards a Wisdom Based Society
by Roar Ramesh Bjonnes
A new spiritual humanism can revitalize human society.

HEALTH

The End of Cancer?
by Margaret Rathwell
New therapies offer real cures.

IDEAS

Energy Matters
by Cynthia Zaitz
The point where all things are still possible.

DEPARTMENTS

From the Editor
Letters

The Consumer’s Voice, Making the Movement Visible
Saving the Wetlands.

Eco-Notes
Ecoteams cut waste, solar advances, taxing what we don’t want.
People Notes
Young volunteers, yoga in prison, galactic citizenship, more.

ARTS IN REVIEW

Books
Inequity in the Global Village; Conflict Resolution;
Creating Harmonious Relationships;
Where Heaven & Mountains Meet.
reviewed by A.V. Avadhuta, René Wadlow,
D. Patrick Miller, Dada Jyotirupananda

Speaking To Rudy
by Sparrow

Music
Dolly Parton
reviewed by Ian Gottstein
Sounds of Dawn
reviewed by René Wadlow
Triakel reviewed by Jutta Ziegler


The cover photograph of a Tibetan youth was taken near Mt. Kailash by Dada Divyalokeshananda.