University of Minnesota
Writer, editor and video producer
Eve Daniels is a Minneapolis-based writer, editor and video producer. She has contributed stories and other digital content to Where Twin Cities, The Next American City, OPEN Forum, Heavy Table and a variety of other media outlets.
Tom Friedman: Green Expectations
As we prepare for the UN climate talks, a look at what’s changed since Copenhagen
Is the world better suited for an agreement than it was in 2009?
8 charts and maps show why drought will be a growing challenge in the U.S.
The American West continues to struggle with an historic, years-long drought, with the latest area…
What the “cold economy” means for a warming world
How we meet the world’s demand to keep things cool has major implications for the entire planet.
Let’s stop treating our soil like dirt
One of the most underappreciated resources on our planet, soil does much more than grow crops
This remote region of India is becoming a model of climate resilience
Climate change is inherently a global phenomenon, but changing weather patterns are more often felt…
Are countries legally required to protect their citizens from climate change?
A Dutch court recently ruled that greenhouse gas reduction is a state obligation. Here’s what that…
Three things you must teach your kids if you care about the environment
“Reduce, reuse, recycle” is a good start. But what the next generation really needs to know is how…
The challenge — and opportunity — of powering Sub-Saharan Africa
Across sub-Saharan Africa, 620 million people — 60 percent of the region’s population — lack access…
From Copenhagen to Paris: What we know now that we didn't know then
New at Ensia: As we prepare for the
climate talks, a look at what’s changed since Copenhagen
: Are Countries Obligated to Fend Off Climate Change?
Just announced: Peter Kareiva is the new director of UCLA's Institute of the Environment and Sustainability.
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that lay out America's water woes.
: What the "cold economy" means for a warming world.
How trees calm us down
Humans are endangering the most abundant animal on the planet
How should countries protect their citizens fr climate change?