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Pedal Power solutions to petroleum dependence and polluting vehicles: Arcata Library Bikes, Pedal Power Produce, and more!

CAOE - Committee Against Oil Exploration - stop offshore oil drilling to protect sensitive habitats and cut petroleum dependence.

Culture Change through music! The Depavers eco-rock!

Take our Pledge for Climate Protection and learn about the Global Warming Crisis Council.

SEI hometown action!
Arcata city council's proclamation against war on Iraq and Kyoto Protocol proclamation.

Overpopulation has become a reality.  Overpopulation Resources and News Tidbits

Sail Transport Network

Fact Sheets
Press Releases

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Culture Change magazine (formerly Auto-Free Times)

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Issue #20 - Winter 2002-2003
Iraqi oil not enough for US: Last days of America?; Ancient Humboldt Forests Being Clearcut;
Twin Oaks Community: History of a Successful Commune; Anti-work, Pro-community (with current and historical analysis of employment) Your tax-deductible donation is needed immediately to cover printing/mailing costs!

Issue #19 - Fall 2001 
A Violent Culture is not the Only One Conceivable; Why Culture Change is Necessary and Underway; The Unsustainability of Sustainability; Biological Feminism; Vehicle Noise; Is Oil Transported Food "Organic?"

Issue #18 - Spring 2001 
The Oil Crash and You; 10 Ways to Make Streets Safer; Public Markets as Tools for Change; California Redwood Coast Threatened by Bypass Proposals; and More...

Issue #17 - Spring 2000
Sail Transport for Good/s of the Future, The Tribeless Shall Come Together for Success, Oil as Yesterday's Price/Supply Worry?,  Battling the System or Waiting for Collapse - A report from Seattle

Issue #16 - Summer 1999 
Preparing for a Sustainable Future, Overpopulation via Petroleum Dependence, Depaving Continues!, Hydrogen Revolution and Further Corporate Domination

Issue #15 - Spring 1999 
View the cover photo of Julia 'Butterfly' Hill, Defending our Towns and Forests, Highway 55 Occupation, United Auto Workers, Y2K Economic Collapse...

Issue #14 - Summer 1998 
BC Rainforest, Pedestrian Malls, Reclaim the Streets Parties, Road Fights: More Billions for U.S. Highways, Corridor H...

Issue #13 - Winter 1998 
Critical Mass Wars, Autosexuality and Auto addiction, Report from Kyoto, Global Warming Meltdown...

Issue #12 - Late Summer 1997 
Pedal Power Produce, Parking Lot Protest, Depaving for Crops, Pedestrian Survival...

Issue #11 - Spring 1997
Brian Campbell's House Bikes, Time Pollution, Business by Pedal Power, Combating Human Roadkill...

Issue #10 - Winter 1996
How GM Destroyed the U.S. Rail System, Depaving the World: A "How-To" Guide, Beyond Petroleum: Lifestyle Change?...

Issue #9 - Summer 1996
Yesterday's Auto-Free Times, Ecological Cities "Yes" - Electric Cars "No", Interview with Kirkpatrick Sale, How to Make a Street Auto-Free, Amsterdam Targets the Car, Help Start a National Depaving Group...

Issue #8 - Spring 1996
Driving Animals To Their Graves, Fuel-Economy Standards Encourage Driving, McKibben's Kerala, My Car-Free Life, Traffic Expands to Fill Available Road Space, "Predict and Provide" Planning is a Dead End, Reclaim the Streets...


Articles of interest:
Anti-globalization protest grows, with tangible results.  WTO protests page

Tax fossil-fuel energy easily
by Peter Salonius

UK leader calls War on Terror "bogus"

Argentina bleeds toward healing by Raul Riutor

The oil industry has plans for you: blow-back by Jan Lundberg

It's not a war for oil? by Adam Khan

How to create a pedestrian mall by Michelle Wallar

The Cuban bike revolution

How GM destroyed the U.S. rail system excerpts from the film "Taken for a Ride".

"Iraqi oil not enough for US: Last days of America?"

Depaving the world by Richard Register

Roadkill: Driving animals to their graves by Mark Matthew Braunstein

The Hydrogen fuel cell technofix: Spencer Abraham's hydrogen dream.

Ancient Forest Protection in Northern California . Forest defenders climb trees to save them.

Daniel Quinn's thoughts on this website.

A case study in unsustainable development is the ongoing crisis in Palestine and Israel.

Renewable and alternative energy information.

Conserving energy at home (Calif. Title 24)



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