CSS3Pie trigger
Menu  University of Minnesota

Ensia

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

 

Former Republican Congressman Bob Inglis on climate leadership in the Trump era nbsp; Interview Former Republican Congressman Bob Inglis on climate leadership in the Trump era  
Charles Orgbon III: How young people can change the world nbsp; Interview Charles Orgbon III: How young people can change the world  
Ellen Williams: The future of energy innovation nbsp; Interview Ellen Williams: The future of energy innovation  
Katharine Hayhoe: Bridging the climate change divide nbsp; Interview Katharine Hayhoe: Bridging the climate change divide  
Pavel Kabat: Bringing science to the SDGs nbsp; Interview Pavel Kabat: Bringing science to the SDGs  
Martín von Hildebrand: An audacious plan for the Amazon nbsp; Interview Martín von Hildebrand: An audacious plan for the Amazon  
Christiana Figueres: On the road to Paris nbsp; Interview Christiana Figueres: On the road to Paris  
Bryan Christy: Bringing wildlife crime to a global audience nbsp; Interview Bryan Christy: Bringing wildlife crime to a global audience  
Nikhil Seth: A new vision for sustainable development nbsp; Interview Nikhil Seth: A new vision for sustainable development  
Chef Rob Ruiz is on a mission to make seafood more sustainable nbsp; Interview Chef Rob Ruiz is on a mission to make seafood more sustainable  
M. Sanjayan: Nature and humans, together again nbsp; Interview M. Sanjayan: Nature and humans, together again  
Debbie Dooley: Making the Tea Party — and America — a little greener nbsp; Interview Debbie Dooley: Making the Tea Party — and America — a little greener  
Gaia Vince: Searching for solutions nbsp; Interview Gaia Vince: Searching for solutions  
Efrat Peled: Good Business nbsp; Interview Efrat Peled: Good Business  
Christopher Golden: Global Health and the Environment nbsp; Interview Christopher Golden: Global Health and the Environment  
Andrew Winston: Business in the Age of Climate Change nbsp; Interview Andrew Winston: Business in the Age of Climate Change  
Robert Bullard: The Father of Environmental Justice nbsp; Interview Robert Bullard: The Father of Environmental Justice  
Peter Knights: Curbing the Demand for Wildlife nbsp; Interview Peter Knights: Curbing the Demand for Wildlife  
Joseph Keefe: Sustainable Investing nbsp; Interview Joseph Keefe: Sustainable Investing  
Christine Bader: Conversation With a Corporate Idealist nbsp; Interview Christine Bader: Conversation With a Corporate Idealist  
Iris Ho: Tackling the Illegal Wildlife Trade nbsp; Interview Iris Ho: Tackling the Illegal Wildlife Trade  
Jonathon Porritt: The World We Made nbsp; Interview Jonathon Porritt: The World We Made  
Will Sarni: Managing Global Water Risks nbsp; Interview Will Sarni: Managing Global Water Risks  
Tenzin Priyadarshi: How can we find hope? nbsp; Interview Tenzin Priyadarshi: How can we find hope?  
Diana Glassman: Banking on the Environment nbsp; Interview Diana Glassman: Banking on the Environment  
Premal Shah: Loans that Change Lives nbsp; Interview Premal Shah: Loans that Change Lives  
Johan Rockström: Protecting the Earth’s systems from catastrophic failure nbsp; Interview Johan Rockström: Protecting the Earth’s systems from catastrophic failure  
Enric Sala: Can We Eat Our Fish and Protect Them, Too? nbsp; Interview Enric Sala: Can We Eat Our Fish and Protect Them, Too?  
Jonathan Patz: Meeting the Health-related Millennium Development Goals nbsp; Interview Jonathan Patz: Meeting the Health-related Millennium Development Goals  
Martin Palmer: Faith and the Environment nbsp; Interview Martin Palmer: Faith and the Environment  
TJ DiCaprio: Carbon Counter nbsp; Interview TJ DiCaprio: Carbon Counter  
Femke Groothuis: How Taxes Can Save the World nbsp; Interview Femke Groothuis: How Taxes Can Save the World  
Pierre Ferrari: Taking Stock at Heifer International nbsp; Interview Pierre Ferrari: Taking Stock at Heifer International  
Sylvia Earle: Exploring the World’s Oceans nbsp; Interview Sylvia Earle: Exploring the World’s Oceans  
Mark Tercek: Valuing Nature nbsp; Interview Mark Tercek: Valuing Nature  
Jason Clay: More Food, Less Environmental Impact nbsp; Interview Jason Clay: More Food, Less Environmental Impact  
Steve Howard: IKEA-Style Sustainability nbsp; Interview Steve Howard: IKEA-Style Sustainability  
May Boeve: Changing Climate Change nbsp; Interview May Boeve: Changing Climate Change  
Ian McCallum: The Psychology of Conservation nbsp; Interview Ian McCallum: The Psychology of Conservation  
Rane Cortez: Slowing Tropical Deforestation nbsp; Interview Rane Cortez: Slowing Tropical Deforestation  
Peggy Liu: Supplying global energy needs with renewables nbsp; Interview Peggy Liu: Supplying global energy needs with renewables  
Fatih Birol: Our Global Energy Future nbsp; Interview Fatih Birol: Our Global Energy Future  
Jamais Cascio: The Future Teller nbsp; Interview Jamais Cascio: The Future Teller  
Peter Williams: Building a Healthy Home nbsp; Interview Peter Williams: Building a Healthy Home  
Felix Dodds: The Future of Sustainable Development nbsp; Interview Felix Dodds: The Future of Sustainable Development  
Alexandra Cousteau: Creating sustainable ocean fisheries nbsp; Interview Alexandra Cousteau: Creating sustainable ocean fisheries  
Paul Matteucci: How to Feed 10 Billion nbsp; Interview Paul Matteucci: How to Feed 10 Billion  
William McDonough: Remaking the Way We Make Things nbsp; Interview William McDonough: Remaking the Way We Make Things  
Mohamed Nasheed: An Island Nation Faces Rising Seas nbsp; Interview Mohamed Nasheed: An Island Nation Faces Rising Seas  
Gretchen Daily: What Is Nature Worth? nbsp; Interview Gretchen Daily: What Is Nature Worth?  
Loading

You care about environmental issues. So do we!

Sign up now to get the latest stories about your environment delivered to your inbox once a week.

You’re in! Watch your email for weekly links to environmental stories that expand your mind — and change your world.