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
What the Green Climate Fund really means for international development
How good is that environmental nonprofit, anyway?
Welcome to the emerging world of the circular economy
Is sharing really green?
How to Read a Sustainability Report
A Market-friendly Approach to Energy
Deep Green Investing
Health and neighborhood are too often linked. These people are out to change that.
Across the U.S. people are trying to reduce inequities in how environment affects physical…
Can Madagascar get rid of this troubling toad before it’s too late?
Conservationists seek to eradicate the deadly Asian invader, but finding funds to do so is proving…
How three U.S. mini-farms are sowing the seeds of global food security
Tiny, biointensive operations show smallholder farmers from around the world how they can grow far…
8 maps show plastic’s impact on the world’s oceans — and what’s being done about it
The world’s oceans are awash in plastic pollution, and as these maps and charts show, the situation…
We need a global treaty on plastics. Here’s what it should look like.
Plastic pollution is more than an ocean problem, and it’s time we treat it as such.
This man turned an opium field into a sustainable coffee farm in Thailand
Somsak Sriphumthong is on a caffeine-fueled mission.
5 reasons sustainability will transform the global economy
Customers want it, regulations are moving toward it and investors are seeking it out.
What happens when the needs of endangered tigers and endangered people collide?
As government works to save big cats from extinction, indigenous forest dwellers pursue peaceful…
Vegetarian? Omnivore? Vegan? What should we eat if we want to feed everyone sustainably?
: Health & neighborhood are too often linked. These people are out to change that.
: EHPNoonNews: Reducing inequities in how environment affects physical well being
: Welcome to the emerging world of the circular economy
The falling costs of US solar power, in 7 charts
Health and neighborhood are too often linked, but change is in the works.
California's new climate goals are far more ambitious than those of the U.S. overall
Investing in off-grid renewables in the developing world: what you need to know
The Wild and Native Foods We Should Be Eating
: Interview on my new book
Health/neighborhood are too often linked. These people are out to change that.