The Change Gang: people making waves
Grist is proud to present the Change Gang — profiles of people who are leading change on the ground toward a more sustainable society and a greener planet. Some we’ve written about before; some are new to our pages. Some you’ll have heard of; most you probably won’t. Know someone we should add to the Change Gang? Let us know in the comments below!
Stories in this series:
Max Cadji: Worms against the philanthro-pimps!
A food activist brings lessons learned in the Peace Corps and Madagascar back to the San Francisco Bay Area in a quest to create businesses that can thrive without grants.
Skate punk gets business degree to sharpen his activist chops
Erick Boustead first brewed his heady mixture of music, organizing, and online media to fund a skate park.
Kate Zidar: A sewershed grows in Brooklyn
Salvaging a notoriously polluted urban creek takes nerds of steel.
Betsy MacLean: Community development as public health
Can sustainability make sense in the inner city? Sure -- if you talk about saving money instead of saving polar bears.