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
Jason Clay: More Food, Less Environmental Impact
From running the family farm to transforming global markets, Jason Clay, senior vice president of…
The Dangers of Going Green
Too often design questions focus on protecting one aspect or another of nature. Instead, we need to…
I’m Carbon Neutral. Are You?
A closer look at the voluntary carbon offset market.
At the Desert’s Edge
Desertification is an issue of global concern. In China, expanding deserts are taking a heavy toll…
A Measure of Well-Being
Gross domestic product is a far-from-perfect measure of national well-being. But what might we use…
As demand for resources grows, a strategy that focuses solely on food production while ignoring…
Forces of Nature
Ripple Effect Images, a collective of photojournalists, emphasizes the strength and perseverance of…
Urban projects like Chattanooga’s Main Terrain combine stormwater management with recreational uses…
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: The Change We Believe In, But Never Test
May 22nd @ 2:06pm
Jason Clay shares thoughts on overcoming obstacles to sustainably feeding 9 billion people by mid-century:
May 22nd @ 1:03pm
With building materials up to 40% of landfill waste in U.S., time to think differently about how we build. Like this:
May 22nd @ 12:28pm
: Rapid drop in Lake Malawi's water levels drives down fish stocks
May 22nd @ 12:00pm
New energy secretary: Need to address climate change ‘not debatable'
May 22nd @ 11:48am
: The Dangers of Going Green: We need a more unified mindset around which to develop our infrastructure.
May 22nd @ 9:22am
Geoengineering: Risky to Do, Riskier to Ignore
May 22nd @ 9:20am
at noon today to hear futurist Jamais Cascio on Bots, Bacteria & Carbon
May 22nd @ 8:08am
Peter Williams talks Design, Development, and Disease at Ensia Live
May 22nd @ 6:45am
True Value: The Worth of the Environment
May 22nd @ 6:26am
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