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
Christine Bader: Conversation With a Corporate Idealist
Girl meets Big Oil. Girl falls in love with Big Oil. And then? First-time author Christine Bader…
Cultivating the Next Generation of Sustainability Leaders
International corporate volunteerism gives future leaders real-life experience facing challenges in…
One of the Smartest Investments We Can Make
For centuries, coastal wetlands were considered worthless. It’s time to acknowledge the…
Biomimicry Goes To School
As the planet warms, people around the world are turning to air conditioning to keep cool, thus…
Pay Now or Pay More Later
The current price the U.S. places on carbon dioxide emitted is low because it ignores things we now…
Mapping the Course
It’s time to start using technology more effectively to protect our oceans.
Why Rare Earth Recycling Is Rare (And What We Can Do About It)
As demand for high-tech devices grows, so does interest in recycling the esoteric metals that make…
Food + Energy = Crisis?
Bringing intensive farming practices to the developing world could help meet escalating food…
Preserving coastal wetlands is one of the smartest investments we can make. Here's why:
Are oceans the answer to our energy woes?
: What Does a Sustainable Future Actually Look Like?
The Elephant in the Wildlife Trade Conversation
How a Warming Planet Will Change What's on Your Plate
: Cultivating the Next Generation of Sustainability Leaders
piece on huge (and harvestable) CH4 emissions from palm-oil wastewater ponds.
Can you imagine what transportation will be like in 2050? These experts can:
Food for thought on large multinational land deals:
U.S. State Department Delays Keystone XL Decision
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