University of Minnesota
Anna Egelhoff is a graphic designer currently residing in Minneapolis. Outside of work and school, Anna finds passion in collecting too many cookbooks, baking French desserts, hand-drawing typography and making the perfect mix CD for every season.
Nikhil Seth: A new vision for sustainable development
In his more than two decades with the United Nations, Nikhil Seth has played a pivotal role in the…
We’re all in this together — let’s start acting like it
Vaccines have sparked a conversation about the need to collectively protect each other — a…
Can saltwater quench our growing thirst?
An increasingly water-stressed world takes a new look at desalination.
Could traditional plants hold the secret to saving crops from pests?
Researchers build on age-old practices to reduce food loss in Africa
Shellfisheries: Time to prepare for ocean acidification
Both physical and social factors must be considered as coastal communities brace for an uncertain…
Look what’s cooking in the world of renewable energy
The solar and wind innovations that got us where we are today — and those waiting in the wings…
Chef Rob Ruiz is on a mission to make seafood more sustainable
Rob Ruiz is single-handedly making the seafood we consume in the United States more sustainable…
How does climate stack up against other worst-case scenarios?
Climate isn’t the only catastrophe threatening the planet, but it may be the one most in need of…
Egg on the edge of the table: Why this year's climate negotiations are so important
Survey: Large majority of Americans now support a carbon tax
: While we're debating
in the U.S., millions of people globally are dying from pollution.
: CEOs of 43 major companies support strong
outcome, offer to partner with govts on
As if 2014 wasn't hot enough, 2015 is on pace to beat it.
Vaccines sparked a conversation about the need to collectively protect each other — but what about our environment?
In our interview with Nikhil Seth, he discusses a new vision for sustainable development:
Good news for renewables: Powering your home with batteries is going to get cheaper and cheaper
Will natural gas dim solar's shine?
on the future of
Could these wild measures be the best way to save the