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  Sierra Magazine
  November/December 2007
Table of Contents
 
  COOL SCHOOLS:
Go Big Green
10 That Get It
Talk of the Quad
Hot Jobs for a Warming Planet
 
  MORE FEATURES:
City Kids Unplugged
Yeeehaaa!
 
  DEPARTMENTS:
Letters
Editor's Note
Ways & Means
One Small Step
Interview
Innovators
Lay of the Land
Profile
Good Going
The Green Life
Hey Mr. Green
Sierra Club Bulletin
 
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November/December 2007

features

COOL SCHOOLS:

with expanded web-only content Go Big Green
A new generation looks beyond the Ivies and party schools to colleges that teach how to change the world. Better yet, some are already changing it.

Photo by RADIUS IMAGES/ PUNCHSTOCK

10 That Get It
From tiny Warren Wilson College (850 students) to the University of California (214,000 and counting), here are Sierra's Big Ten.

Talk of the Quad
Go ahead—steal these great ideas for your own campus.

Hot Jobs for a Warming Planet
Want to save the earth and make a living too? Here's what it takes.

more features

City Kids Unplugged
The students at John Muir Elementary don't know much about their school's iconic namesake, but they learn to share the bearded white guy's love of the wild.

Yeeehaaa!
Love 'em or hate 'em, off-road vehicles are reshaping our public lands.

Only on the Web

Go Big Green
Additional resources and ideas for ecofriendly campuses in the Web-only version

The Green Life blog
Weekly lifestyle tidbits, updates, and archives

Let's Talk book selection
Break Through

Check out Mr. Green's mailbag
Read rants and raves from our readers

Take our reader survey
Tell us what you think!

Learn about the Sierra Investigative Journalism Project

departments

Letters

Editor's Note
The pleasure principle

Ways & Means
Proudly incompetent pols

One Small Step
Gray-water gardens

Interview: Chris Elliott
Into Hot Air — "Funny stupid" or just "stupid stupid?"

Innovators
Building a better yogurt company

Lay of the Land
Dick Cheney's secrets
Big Oil's BFFs

Profile
When you have trash, make a trash co-op

Good Going
Mt. Aconcagua, Argentina

Sierra Club Bulletin
China sees green
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