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Articles from Alternatives Journal (January 1, 2013)

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[CO.sub.2] now in 3-D. Shabekov, L. Brief article 280
A patch of green: on the ground at the planet's largest consumer goods trade fair, searching for evidence of sustainability. Lister, Jane; Lebaron, Genevieve; Dauvergne, Petter Company overview 2215
BEHIND THE LOGO: Fair Trade: A Human Journey. Alberts, Elizabeth Claire Book review 629
Best in flow: a six-pack of decentralized water management systems that deal with climate change turmoil by building local resilience. 2346
Canned heat: build your own zero-emission solar heater. 666
Cleaner capitalism. Belanger, J. Brief article 202
Closed-loop cuisine: a new cafe in Melbourne, Australia, has raised the bar on what it means to be waste-free. Alberts, Elizabeth, Claire 991
Corporates on climate. McConnachie, D. Brief article 222
Crosshairs. Rumble, Eric Editorial 603
DARK BEAUTY. Johnstone, Grace 428
Dead ahead. Shabekov, L. Brief article 233
Dear readers. Letter to the editor 104
Debt: tapped out consumers, bankrupt nations and our poor battered biosphere have much in common. Gibson, Robert 698
Defying hydro logic. Belanger, L. 303
Green screen. Brief article 159
MATTER & MEANING: As above, So Below. Rumble, Eric Movie review 396
Mercy me: photojournalist Jo-Anne McArthu bears witness to the journey from pig to pork. 464
Reactions. Letter to the editor 162
Rising giant: climate change's impact on our poles is ushering in upheaval throughout the biosphere--and the looming threat of massive methane release. Wong, Andrew 927
Same greenhouse gas 3 different stories: how lifecycle analysis reveals more ways to reduce emissions. Torrie, Ralph 1401
Seeking ocean savers. Interview 468
Shackled: forty years ago, a shrewd theologian saw how needing more energy created less freedom. Nikiforuk, Andrew 646
SILO chef Douglas McMaster's: four-grain salad recipe. Recipe 229
Stressed-out symbiosis: the health of the West Coast ecosystem depends on the ancient link between salmon and bears. Shabekov, Leeza 604
THE NUTTY INVENTOR: Thinking Big, Building Small. Harbar, Tamara Book review 614
The other dark matter: in an exclusive preview from his forthcoming book, The Origin of Feces, David Waltner-Toews explores how the planet is being transformed by the way we feed our animals, where our food comes from and what we do with waste. We need to know our shit. Excerpt 4108

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