University of Minnesota
Stephanie Xenos is a Twin Cities-based arts writer with a special interest in visual arts as well as the intersection of art and environment. She is a regular contributor to Mpls/St Paul magazine and is currently hard at work on her first novel.
Power to the People
Second Hand: Artists Turn Trash to Treasure
Climate change mitigation’s best-kept secret
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Did you know the National Science Foundation through the United States Antarctic Program sends…
“Novel ecosystems” are a Trojan horse for conservation
They provide a license to trash nature if they provide ecosystem services
The Southwest’s most important number
By mapping a key indicator of droughts, pests and wildfire in arid places, scientists offer hope…
Saving Morocco’s endangered Barbary macaques
Morocco’s Barbary macaque shouldn’t be endangered — the small primates native to North Africa…
The leading cause of death in developing countries might surprise you
It’s time to pay attention to a startling stealth killer
Can big data save the last of India’s wild tigers?
Analyzing 25,000 individual observations, wildlife managers find clues to help stop poachers in…
Envision 2050: The future of protected areas
The idea of setting aside areas of land and water to be protected against human activities has…
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