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Three ways you can help your health while helping the environment
Millions of lives could be saved with better energy and food policies
Changing times call for changes in how we protect and restore habitat
For conservation to succeed today, we must innovate, test different approaches and share lessons learned
Now more than ever we need to address the environment and human rights together
Keeping race, class and gender at the forefront of the environmental movement is a win for all in trying times.
The amazing opportunity 2017 is bringing to business
If we can show how sustainability drives value, the private sector can lead the way to a better world.
We’ve done a good job of envisioning a better world. Now we need to build it.
It’s time to deliver on the goals we’ve set for a more peaceful, resilient planet.
For our food system’s sake, let’s say “no” to corporate consolidation
Mergers puts food workers and small-scale farmers at risk and increase vertical integration, hurting farmers’ ability to compete.
Technology got us into this climate mess, and it can help get us out — if we let it
Challenges of this scale require people to want to solve it, and we’re not there yet.
It’s time to stop overspending our freshwater budget
If freshwater is to remain a renewable resource, we must balance supply and demand on farms, in cities, in industry and in power production.
Envisioning a bright future for people and our planet
Former Republican Congressman Bob Inglis on climate leadership in the Trump era
Ensia recently caught up with Bob Inglis — a Republican who served six terms in the U.S. Congress…
Climate change is more than a tech problem, so we need more than a tech solution
Climate change mitigation requires systemic social change, not just technological optimism
Health care may be in a state of flux — but health care sustainability is here to stay
Environmentally responsible practices aren’t simply “nice to have” add-ons for good times…
The conservative carbon tax: Right idea, wrong tool for addressing climate change
We need to reduce climate risks. But rather than adding taxes, why not take some away instead?
What rural Alaska can teach the world about renewable energy
In remote communities, the reason behind renewables might surprise you
What we need are farms that support farmers, consumers AND the environment
Agroecology can help fix the food, water and energy challenges that conventional agriculture has…
Watch: How a Kurdish conservationist is protecting the Persian leopard in war-torn Iraq
High in the mountains of northeastern Iraq’s Kurdistan region, wildlife conservationist Hana Ahmed…
The growing wild plant and animal trade holds both promise and peril
Biotrade — the economic exploitation of pythons, plants and other natural resources — can be a…
: Climate change
requires systemic social change, not just technological optimism
: Climate change is more than a tech problem, so we need more than a tech solution
Short version: We need to get serious NOW.
: We need farms that support farmers AND the environment via
: US national parks get smart about climate change
Find out why a former Republican Congressman won the 2015 JFK Profile in Courage Award for work on
"What we’re trying to do is convince
that there’s a free enterprise solution to
: Former Republican Congressman
leadership in the Trump era
: “we’re trying to convince conservatives there’s a free enterprise solution to climate change”
: Former Republican Congressman Bob Inglis on climate leadership in the Trump era
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