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.
Second Hand: Artists Turn Trash to Treasure
A deluge of prenatal advice offers unexpected insights into climate denial.
The proliferation of cell phones has blanketed the world with microwave signals — and given science…
How farmers, the food industry and the rest of us can invest in a sustainable future.
How one food-service company is trying to transform America’s food system, one sustainable purchase…
Pierre Ferrari: Taking Stock at Heifer International
When he joined Heifer International as president and CEO in 2010, Pierre Ferrari brought with him a…
Why Not Burn Waste?
Opposition to burning municipal solid waste is not in sync with science and is restricting…
Facing up to Phosphorus
We can't live without this essential element — yet we're having a tough time living with…
Where the Wild Things Are (or Aren’t)
The question of just how wild the American West should be is as much a philosophical one as it is…
: A thoughtful look at
Jun 19th @ 9:27am
for posting "How pregnancy is like climate change denialism"
Jun 19th @ 9:19am
Why is saving energy so difficult - and what can we do about it?
Jun 19th @ 7:57am
Ensia page views off the chart today with our new Voices piece by
, "Pregnant Pause"
Jun 19th @ 7:47am
Is the "China Dream" more sustainable than the American one?
Jun 19th @ 6:12am
: Only by transforming our own despair that we can become effective
Jun 19th @ 5:50am
: How does unsolicited pregnancy advice link with climate change? Pregnant Pause
Jun 19th @ 5:48am
: Interesting piece from
on using mobile phones for monitoring the weather
Jun 19th @ 5:48am
Green Appetit: How one food-service company is trying to transform America’s food system
Jun 19th @ 4:35am
Climate change threatens trouble in near future, World Bank says
Jun 19th @ 3:22am
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