Ensia is a magazine showcasing environmental solutions in action. We cover a broad spectrum of environment and sustainability issues, looking at the crossroads of sectors, disciplines, ideologies and geographies for new ideas to emerge.
Our mission is to share environmental solutions and spark conversations that motivate, empower and inspire people to create a more sustainable future.
Our vision is a world in which both people and the planet thrive.
Through incisive storytelling, provocative commentaries, compelling images and engaging multimedia, ensia.com showcases solutions to the Earth’s biggest environmental challenges.
Ensia’s print magazine uses thoughtful, in-depth narrative and award-winning design to build a launch pad for conversations leading to transformative thought and action.
Ensia’s events bring the world’s best minds together around specific environmental topics to move the conversation forward from global challenges to game-changing solutions.
We are glad to share Ensia articles under the terms of Creative Commons’ Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported license. Please be sure to attribute the writer and Ensia as the original source and link to the Ensia article at the beginning of your repost. You are also welcome to post just the beginning of an article with a link to Ensia to continue reading. Please also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a link to the republished article or feature on your site.
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The views expressed at Ensia are those of the sources and not necessarily of Ensia, the Institute on the Environment, the University of Minnesota or other funders or partners.
Ensia welcomes comments on content we publish. While we are open to airing controversial and unpopular viewpoints, comments, like the rest of our content, should move conversations forward constructively toward solutions. We reserve the right to edit or to choose not to publish comments we deem to contain inappropriate content, including name calling, offensive language, verbal abuse, etc.
Ensia’s website, print magazine, event series and multimedia productions have received national and international recognition. The awards are a testament to the creativity and dedication of the Ensia team and its commitment to excellence in environmental communications.
AIGA, one of the world’s largest professional organization’s for design, recognized Ensia with a Judge’s Choice Award in the 2013 (Re)design awards competition. We’ve also won numerous awards from the Minnesota Magazine and Publishing Association (2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009), including Gold awards for overall excellence, overall design, feature writing and more.