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Positive Futures Network is "an independent, nonprofit organization supporting people’s active engagement in creating a just, sustainable, and compassionate world." Founded by David Korten in 1996, the Positive Futures Network is the publisher of YES! Magazine. Dr. David C. Korten is an author and leader within the anti-globalization movement. ... YES! Magazine is a non-profit, ad-free magazine that was founded in 1996. ...
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The PositiveFuturesNetwork (PFN) is an independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting peoples active engagement in creating a just, sustainable, and compassionate world.
To realize this potential, we must focus on positive outcomes and encourage all people to be part of a powerful, inclusive process of change.
In the years since PFN was founded, our communications and networking activities have helped deepen the commitment of hundreds of thousands of people to contribute to transformational change in their personal lives, their communities, their nation, and the world.
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