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.
The vaults in this bank hold something more precious than money
You might expect the world’s number one biodiversity hotspot for wild plant species to be located…
How some climate “wins” can lead to other uphill battles in the clean energy fight
Proponents should consider all possible reactions in order to create a smoother path forward for…
When it comes to food packaging, what we don’t know could hurt us
Recent analyses raise disturbing questions about the health and environmental effects of the stuff…
With more investment, the developing world can lead the way to a low-carbon future
Global business can find good investments that also address climate change by looking to the…
We only have one Earth, so we better start taking care of it.
Clocks are ticking, and the only planet we have to live on is changing right before our eyes. What…
Hey, America: It’s time to talk about the price of water
Recent woes have drawn unprecedented attention to the worth of fresh, clean water. Can it change…
Efrat Peled: Good Business
As CEO and chairman of Arison Investments, Efrat Peled manages a $2.5 billion-plus portfolio of…
It’s time to bring nature into our built environments
The best design includes nature at its core.
is so precious, why is it so cheap?
What happens when indigenous people defy market-based climate solutions? Check out these pics!
By 2050, 3x as many people will be 65 or older - and other fascinating facts about our aging global population:
: Two billion people include insects in their diet.
: Rebel architects are greening cities. From the documentary "A Tree Grows in Ho Chi Minh City" by
“Diversity is good for the human gut” A close look at why grains could mean good things for us & our environment
Phosphorus: can’t live with it, can’t live without it
Lurking in ocean water: clues to conservation too tiny for the eye to see
We pay so much attention to what's in our food, but what about our food packaging?
These maps of water use show why the Western US is in trouble