University of Minnesota
Senior economist, Environmental Defense Fund
Gernot Wagner is a senior economist at the Environmental Defense Fund and author, with Harvard’s Martin Weitzman, of the forthcoming
Pay Now or Pay More Later
Air Conditioning Is Not the Enemy
Sustainability: Time to Get in the Real Game
The sustainability victories we are claiming these days are still marginal to the core work of the…
Zero Waste World
When the economy goes in circles, everybody wins.
Can Insects Feed A Hungry Planet?
Around the world two billion people eat insects on a regular basis. The current hotbeds — or should…
Ecosystems Are Not Machines
If we want to save the world, we need to treat nature more as an organism and less as disposable…
Nets That Save Fish
Ocean bycatch isn’t inevitable — it’s a design challenge.
What Climate Change Means for Your Coffee
Cuppa Joe. Java. Caffeine Infusion. Liquid Lightning. Morning Mud. Rocket Fuel.
Why Our Buildings Should Be Made From Wood
If done correctly, using wood for buildings would have a number of environmental benefits without…
Biodiversity Detectives Solve Mysteries With Environmental DNA
Advances in gene sequencing make it easier than ever to learn what lurks beneath the waves.
Stunning. "Study: 100,000 African Elephants Killed in Three Years"
represents key business opportunity
could generate savings of more than $1 trillion in materials alone by 2025? | Ensia
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YES! "All agricultural subsidies should be designed with real consideration of their environmental costs."
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Great examples of businesses that are working toward a