University of Minnesota
Emily Sohn is a freelance journalist in Minneapolis whose stories have appeared in the
Los Angeles Times, Discovery News, Smithsonian, Health, Backpacker, Science News, U.S. News & World Report, Minnesota Monthly
and other publications.
Debbie Dooley: Making the Tea Party — and America — a little greener
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Visualizing the stories data can tell
Scientists and technologists are turning numbers about everything from condors to ocean-floor…
Building the new environmentalism
We must build a new economy. And to do that, we must build a new politics.
Here’s a way to pay for a healthier planet
Green bonds are drawing increased attention for financing projects that provide environmental…
Saving the rainforest and tapirs in Nicaragua
Nicaragua is the second poorest country in the northern hemisphere and one of those most…
Sustainability requires that we learn to embrace change, not fight it
Instead of engineering nature into standardized systems of production, we should look for ways to…
The end and beginning of the Arctic
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