University of Minnesota
Journalist, speaker and writer
Marc Gunther writes and speaks about business and sustainability. He is editor at large of
Guardian Sustainable Business
U.S., a contributor at
magazine, a senior writer at Greenbiz.com and a blogger at
How to Read a Sustainability Report
A Market-friendly Approach to Energy
Deep Green Investing
Has Meat Met Its Match?
Sensitized to the environmental costs of livestock, a new generation eyes options for changing our…
What Is Natural Capital, Anyway?
Wikipedia defines natural capital as “the stock of natural ecosystems that yields a flow of…
The Secret to Real Sustainability
Truly sustainable decisions start with looking at the big picture.
Denmark’s Near-Zero-Waste Wonder
Has this Danish community found the formula for environmentally friendly industry?
If a Tree Falls in a Virtual Forest…
Could augmented and virtual reality games convince humans to do something about climate change?
We Need Stronger, Smarter Electrical Grids
The way we generate, deliver and use power must change drastically if we are to meet the needs of…
In Water We Trust
Downstream beneficiaries of clean water are anteing up to protect water supplies at their source.
In many ways, deltas are a river system’s “grand finale.” After meandering hundreds or thousands of…
: Bugs. Test tube burgers. 3D food. Move over meat. There's a new protein in town!
: extinction is forever (for now), so let's not exacerbate it, shall we?
: Yum! Low-carbon recipes from around the world, by
: Time to move on from
. More accurate +
: Has Meat Met Its Match?
>move beyond, say environmentalists, entrepreneurs + out-of-box thinkers
: Good intentions, collateral damage: forest conservation & grasslands
Cover story on the future of "meat" available online now!
You should see the cover of the print magazine! Will share in a moment!
Has meat met its match?
: According to "Edible Insects” from
, 2 billion people already eat bugs for protein