University of Minnesota
Freelance writer and editor
Joe Hart is a freelance writer, editor and musician based in rural Wisconsin where he lives with his three children. Hart's magazine features have been widely published in the Midwest, and he is a former contributing editor for
Recycling Carpets For Car Parts
These fires are huge, hidden and harmful. What can we do?
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Documentary features Louisiana “climate refugees” on the move
The phrase “climate refugee” likely brings to mind images of people fleeing a low-lying Pacific…
The developing world is awash in pesticides. Does it have to be?
Herbicides, insecticides and fungicides threaten the environment and human health in many parts of…
Katharine Hayhoe: Bridging the climate change divide
Katharine Hayhoe is a leading climate scientist at Texas Tech University and has been featured in…
Will outrage over recent murders help Honduran environmental activists achieve their goal?
Recent murders are affecting indigenous people’s efforts to protect the environment.
Animals to humans: Be quiet, already
Human noise is reshaping the soundscape — creating concerns for creatures on the edge.
Researchers around the world are learning from indigenous communities. Here’s why that’s a good thing.
From Canada’s Far North to Australia, pursuing a more respectful relationship between science and…
The number one thing we can do to protect Earth’s oceans
Marine governance favors consumption and commerce over conservation. Here's what we can do…
Here comes the sun: US solar power market hits all-time high
These fires are huge, hidden, and harmful. What can we do?
: These fires are huge, hidden and harmful
5 reasons there’s more to climate policy than a price on carbon
: When officials say there's nothing to do about
, here's a suggestion for them:
The “largest fires on earth" have largely been difficult to detect, locate and extinguish -- until now.
Aviation is the key to reducing
Thanks to climate change, the Arctic is turning green
Let's stop treating soil like dirt.
NEW: Smoldering peat gives off massive quantities of CO2 and other pollutants, but the search for solutions is on
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