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yes! Magazine

yes! Magazine has grown from a small group of cheery folk in the basement of a rented house in Washington State, USA, in 1996 into “a nonprofit, independent organization that publishes solutions journalism”.

Through rigorous reporting on the positive ways communities are responding to social problems and insightful commentary that sparks constructive discourse, yes! Magazine inspires people to build a more just, sustainable, and compassionate world.

In their 15th Anniversary video co-founder David Korten explains, “I think of our role increasingly as defining the new mainstream”.

Their solutions reporting spotlights the ideas and initiatives of people building a better world.

Their explanatory journalism analyses societal problems in terms of their root causes and explores opportunities for systemic, structural change.

Their stories uncover environmental, economic, and social justice intersections, and their commentaries consider alternative ways of thinking that can produce a more equitable and Earth-friendly world.

A plethora of research shows that the mainstream media narrative of negative news has incredibly detrimental effects on personal and global wellness, while positive news has incredibly beneficial effects.

Constructive journalism (or solutions journalism) applies positive psychology to the news process in order to facilitate productive news stories.

yes! is an an ad-free, nonprofit, nonpartisan, reader-supported and independent solutions media magazine that is available every day online and quarterly in print.

Source: https://www.yesmagazine.org

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