Founded in 1925, it has received more National Magazine Awards than any other magazine. Notable work in recent years includes reports from the front lines of the Middle East by Jon Lee Anderson, Dexter Filkins, Peter Hessler, and Wendell Steavenson; coverage of the war on terror by George Packer, Jane Mayer, Lawrence Wright, Steve Coll, and Seymour M. Hersh; Malcolm Gladwell on everything from Steve Jobs to "the tipping point"; Anthony Lane on movies; James Wood on books; Elizabeth Kolbert on the environment; Atul Gawande on health care; fiction by Jonathan Franzen, Zadie Smith, Karen Russell, and Haruki Murakami; humor by David Sedaris and Andy Borowitz; and cartoons by Roz Chast.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS is the Original Guide to Living Wisely. Launched in 1970, each bimonthly issue of MOTHER EARTH NEWS features practical and money-saving information on cutting energy costs; using renewable energy; organic gardening; green home building and remodeling; fun do-it-yourself projects; and conscientious, self-sufficient lifestyles
The Rotarian challenges its readers to become more involved in service to their neighborhoods and to the global community by establishing a context for Rotary’s initiatives in polio eradication, disease prevention, maternal and child health, literacy, peace and conflict resolution, economic development, and clean water.
New Internationalist tackles today's most challenging global issues, confronts inequality and injustice and reports on positive changes happening around the world. Well-known for writing about topics before they reach the wider media, it is an essential read for those who want to explore progressive ideas.
Peppermint is a green fashion magazine, covering eco and ethical style with a fun, fresh, intelligent and positive spin. Encouraging you to get off the trend mill, Peppermint promotes individuality, respect and DIY personal style, by showcasing the best of eco designers from Australia and the rest of the world. Fashion, beauty, art, craft, and culture; all with a twist of lime.
Since 1984, Utne Reader has been the vanguard of the alternative press, celebrating independent news and views from across the political spectrum. With ideas, trends and solutions you won’t see in the mainstream media for months or even years, those who want to know what’s happening next, read Utne Reader first.
INDIA TODAY’s annual Sex Survey—now in its 10th edition—has explored the sexual practices and preferences of Indians since 2003. And these surveys have thrown up some startling revelations. Foremost among them is the assertion of the Indian woman to fulfil her sexual urges and desires. Since the first Sex Survey, the urban Indian woman has come a long way in fulfilling her desires. Women are now asserting themselves more for pleasure. In the 2005 survey—Sex and the Single Woman—one in four admitted to having had sexual relationships and one-third were comfortable with one-night stands. By 2011, women were asserting their sexuality more firmly—49 per cent of wives, bored with their husbands, said they refuse sex faking a headache. The surveys didn’t leave out the men either. The 2008 survey, Sexy Secrets, revealed the male addiction to pornography. The surveys also showed the hypocrisy of the urban Indian man—in 2004, in our cover story, What Men Want, over 70 per cent said they expected the women they marry to be virgins, although 77 per cent claimed to have had sex before marriage.Bedroom secrets have now become the subject of a debate. People are talking openly about issues such as homosexuality and incest. They are willing to address what they want out of marriage and relationships. The surveys have seen seminal writings by scholars such as Sudhir Kakar, who wrote on arranged marriages, to Patricia Uberoi, who wrote on the history of intimacy, and Veena Das, who wrote on the single urban male’s sexual behaviour.The 2012 survey revealed more than any previous survey as it expanded its scope to 12 smaller towns and Tier-2 cities like Ratlam, Moradabad, Jamnagar, Asansol and Kottayam. Contrary to perception, there isn’t as big a difference in sexual attitudes between the metros and small town India.
In every jam packed issue of DIABETES FORECAST® magazine, you’ll read exciting features on exercise, fitness and wellness for all ages, profiles of everyday people who are successfully living with diabetes, plus great recipes for preparing food that’s not just delicious, but that’s good for you, too. Download your app for FREE, then subscribe for a full-year or purchase individual issues.
Good is the magazine for people who think and care about the everyday choices they make. Good is filled with inspirational stories, world-changing ideas and practical, down-to-earth advice on what to eat, grow, wear and more. Good is all about making better choices for your home, health, family and the community around you. It celebrates handcrafted, natural and simple pleasures and helps you to reconnect with things that really matter.
The World Policy Journal is known for lively, intelligent writing that challenges conventional wisdom and offers new perspectives on crucial but often under-reported world issues. Essays and reportage consider such vital issues as geopolitical and economic shifts, global security, conflict and peacebuilding, immigration, and cultural and social change.
The OGM features 4 pillars of editorial distinction:
1. Oil and gas
2. New Energy
3. Business Ops
<br><br>The design is cutting edge, minimalist with no frills. Strong photography pushes the idea of looking at the sector in a different point of view: a point of view that is offered by The Oil and Gas Magazine.
Providing sustainable advice to help you 'go green' in the real world, the Green Living Guide is a must-have publication for all UK households. Featuring 100s of money saving tips, reviews, directories across top green products and much more, this magbook is ideal for anyone aiming to achieve sustainable living on a budget.
Dumbo Feather is an iconic Australian magazine. Published quarterly for seven years, and hailed around the world as a design leader, it is a magazine like no other. Our readers are people who want to be told a different story than the one they hear every day. Each quarterly issue features five extended (20 page) profiles of people worth knowing, across enterprise, education, science, sport, politics, fashion and the arts. Whether they’ve touched millions, or just those around them, we take the time to get to know these people, and ask them to tell us their stories.
Nous inaugurons avec « Algérie, un siècle en photo », une nouvelle série baptisée « Documents » et qui repose sur l’immense fond photographique et éditorial de National Geographic, dont nous célébrerons, en Janvier 2013, le 125è anniversaire.
<br>Nous avons choisi de commencer avec l’Algérie, à l’occasion des 50 ans de l’indépendance du pays : plus de 100 pages de reportages (dont les premiers datent de 1909 et les plus récents du début du XXIè siècle) qui nous offrent un regard sur la vie quotidienne pendant et après la décolonisation.
<br>Découvrez, dans ce premier numéro, un portrait passionnant de l’Algérie vue par National Geographic.
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