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Ensia is an independent, nonprofit magazine presenting new perspectives on environmental challenges and solutions to a global audience.

 

Watch: Two convicted poachers explain why they killed an endangered rhino in Nepal nbsp; Video Watch: Two convicted poachers explain why they killed an endangered rhino in Nepal  
Now more than ever we need to address the environment and human rights together nbsp; Voices Now more than ever we need to address the environment and human rights together  
Charles Orgbon III: How young people can change the world nbsp; Interview Charles Orgbon III: How young people can change the world  
The world needs our journalism. We need your support.   The world needs our journalism. We need your support. Do you think the world needs more high-quality, trustworthy environmental reporting? Stories that… Update
Ensia receives recognition at major magazine award event   Ensia receives recognition at major magazine award event Ensia’s “Best of the Year 2016” print issue received an honorable mention at the… Update
5 reasons sustainability will transform the global economy nbsp; Voices 5 reasons sustainability will transform the global economy  
What happens when the needs of endangered tigers and endangered people collide? nbsp; Feature What happens when the needs of endangered tigers and endangered people collide?  
Sparking climate engagement through art and community nbsp; Photo Sparking climate engagement through art and community  
​Will outrage over recent murders help Honduran environmental activists achieve their goal? nbsp; Feature ​Will outrage over recent murders help Honduran environmental activists achieve their goal?  
Researchers around the world are learning from indigenous communities. Here’s why that’s a good thing. nbsp; Feature Researchers around the world are learning from indigenous communities. Here’s why that’s a good thing.  
To build a sustainable world, academics need to tear down the Ivory Tower nbsp; Voices To build a sustainable world, academics need to tear down the Ivory Tower  
7 promising signs we’re moving toward a more sustainable world nbsp; Voices 7 promising signs we’re moving toward a more sustainable world  
Even local warming perceptions are colored by ideology   Even local warming perceptions are colored by ideology Worsening wildfires endanger communities. Invasive insects imperil forests. In the American West… Notable
Why we still need to focus on environmental justice nbsp; Voices Why we still need to focus on environmental justice  
Latinos care about the environment. So why aren’t green groups engaging them more? nbsp; Article Latinos care about the environment. So why aren’t green groups engaging them more?  
Two futurists tell us what we need to be thinking about today to shape a healthy tomorrow nbsp; Voices Two futurists tell us what we need to be thinking about today to shape a healthy tomorrow  
When it comes to the environment, minority communities care about more than injustice nbsp; Voices When it comes to the environment, minority communities care about more than injustice  
Inviting nature indoors   Inviting nature indoors If you have a houseplant in your kitchen, a rock on your desk or a fountain in your workplace, you… Notable
The dangers of separating science and environment nbsp; Voices The dangers of separating science and environment  
Three things we must teach our kids if we care about our planet nbsp; Voices Three things we must teach our kids if we care about our planet  
It’s time for a new story of humanity’s place in the world nbsp; Voices It’s time for a new story of humanity’s place in the world  
What do you get when you cross a musician with a cause? nbsp; Article What do you get when you cross a musician with a cause?  
Want to change the future? Pay attention to the past. nbsp; Voices Want to change the future? Pay attention to the past.  
We’re all in this together — let’s start acting like it nbsp; Voices We’re all in this together — let’s start acting like it  
Exploring America’s hidden recycling industry nbsp; Photo Exploring America’s hidden recycling industry  
The environment goes to Washington nbsp; Video The environment goes to Washington  
Environmental activism needs “good cops” and “bad cops” nbsp; Voices Environmental activism needs “good cops” and “bad cops”  
Building the new environmentalism nbsp; Voices Building the new environmentalism  
Sustainability requires that we learn to embrace change, not fight it nbsp; Voices Sustainability requires that we learn to embrace change, not fight it  
Gaia Vince: Searching for solutions nbsp; Interview Gaia Vince: Searching for solutions  
Can sports make sustainability mainstream? nbsp; Voices Can sports make sustainability mainstream?  
It’s time to bring nature into our built environments nbsp; Voices It’s time to bring nature into our built environments  
Disruptive Innovation Festival   Disruptive Innovation Festival The Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s first-ever Disruptive Innovation Festival debuts online Oct. 20… Notable
The Environmental Attackers nbsp; Video The Environmental Attackers  
Unacceptable Levels nbsp; Voices Unacceptable Levels  
Is sharing really green? nbsp; Voices Is sharing really green?  
The Secret to Real Sustainability nbsp; Voices The Secret to Real Sustainability  
If a Tree Falls in a Virtual Forest… nbsp; Feature If a Tree Falls in a Virtual Forest…  
A Moving Study   A Moving Study As the world’s climate changes and severe weather events become more common one phenomenon of… Notable
On the Road to SXSW Eco   On the Road to SXSW Eco Ensia is excited to be a supporter of SXSW Eco taking place in Austin, Texas October 6–8. The first… Update
Robert Bullard: The Father of Environmental Justice nbsp; Interview Robert Bullard: The Father of Environmental Justice  
Once You Know, There’s No Excuse nbsp; Voices Once You Know, There’s No Excuse  
Counter-Car Culture   Counter-Car Culture Millennials have been labeled the Me Generation, the Facebook Generation and the Peter Pan… Notable
Rising Seas nbsp; Video Rising Seas  
When It Comes to Risk, Everyone Needs to Be Heard nbsp; Voices When It Comes to Risk, Everyone Needs to Be Heard  
There’s hope at the end of the world as we know it nbsp; Voices There’s hope at the end of the world as we know it  
Question the Norm nbsp; Voices Question the Norm  
Webby Awards   Webby Awards Ensia has been named an honoree in the Best Green Website category of the 18th Annual Webby Awards… Update
The Sound of 2013   The Sound of 2013 Last June, University of Minnesota geography student Daniel Crawford starred in the video for “A… Notable
Envision 2050: The future of transportation nbsp; Feature Envision 2050: The future of transportation  
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