IonE in the News

The Institute on the Environment’s researchers and staff regularly appear in leading media outlets around the world. If you are a member of the media or freelance journalist wishing to speak with one of our content experts, please contact Todd Reubold, IonE communications director, via email or at 612-624-6140.

    Below is a sampling of media coverage of IonE and affiliated programs and activities:

    1. Carbon-financed cookstoves fail to deliver hoped-for benefits in the field – University of Washington (7/27)
    2. UN finds that greenhouse gases are increasing from agriculture – Christian Science Monitor (7/25)
    3. United Nations finds that greenhouse gases are increasing from agriculture – Yahoo New (7/23)
    4. How a new source of water is reducing conflict in the Middle East – Business Insider (7/23)
    5. United Nations finds that greenhouse gases are increasing from agriculture – Food Tank (7/23)
    6. College program takes science to Minneapolis farmers markets – Star Tribune (7/23)
    7. University of Minnesota to test prototype greenhouse for year-round crop production – Hometown Focus (7/22)
    8. U outreach display’s science’s diversity – Minnesota Daily (7/13)
    9. Can you put a price tag on nature? Actually, yes – Smithsonian (7/13)
    10. University of Minnesota secures US DOE grant for offshore wind energy computational research – Energy Business Review (7/12)
    11. The developing world is awash in pesticides. Does it have to be? – Bill Moyers & Company (7/5)
    12. Minn. companies embrace a ‘circular economy’ to boost recycling, reduce waste – MPR (6/27)
    13. Improvements in ecosystem services from investments in natural capital – Science (6/17)
    14. Study finds China’s ecosystems have become healthier – Wall Street Journal (6/17)
    15. China’s environmental conservation efforts are making a positive impact, Stanford scientists say – Stanford News (6/16)
    16. Dow, 3M, Target among major companies advancing circular economy principles – Environmental Leader (6/16)
    17. 3M, Aveda, Target among members of new coalition aimed at advancing circular economy in U.S. – Sustainable Brands (6/15)
    18. Finding the sweet spot for fertilizer – KARE 11 (6/14)
    19. Artists focus on climate change at 2016 Northern Spark – Star Tribune (6/12)
    20. Here are some tips from scientists on how to talk to your climate change-denying friends (and enemies) – Fusion (6/10)
    21. We’re (not) running out of water — a better way to measure water scarcity – The Conversation (6/6)
    22. Like to get more bang for your sustainability-boosting buck? Here’s how. – Eureka Alert (5/31)
    23. Like to get more bang for your sustainability-boosting buck? Here’s how. – Science Daily (5/31)
    24. Five Minnesota cities en route for climate-smart energy exchange program with Germany – Post Bulletin (5/25)
    25. Facebook should treat small publishers more fairly. Here’s how. – Media Shift (5/19)
    26. Annual emissions reductions from agriculture must reach 1 GtCO2e per year by 2030 to stay within 2 °C warming limit – Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (5/17)
    27. Climate-conflict link should rally global action – Star Tribune (5/7)
    28. Less animal meat might feed more – Minnesota Daily (5/5)
    29. Reaping the benefit of urban greenery – Minnesota Daily (5/2)
    30. Three ways artificial intelligence is helping us save nature – Vox (4/30)
    31. The race is on to cut carbon’s hefty footprint – GreenBiz (4/27)
    32. How can we reduce concrete’s hefty carbon footprint? – Climate Central (4/24)
    33. These entrepreneurs are using technology to turn a profit on food waste – Vox (4/24)
    34. Can superfoods boost the planet’s health, too? – EcoWatch (4/24)
    35. New data set poised to revolutionize climate adaptation – Climate Central (4/17)
    36. How can we reduce concrete’s hefty carbon footprint? – Vox (4/17)
    37. How rainfall data can revolutionize climate adaptation – GreenBiz (4/17)
    38. Here’s what happens when companies track emissions – Climate Central (4/16)
    39. CH2M and IBM have a fix for our water systems disaster – GreenBiz (4/15)
    40. Live-giving nutrient becomes a deadly pollutant – GreenBiz (4/8)
    41. Unlocking the black box of agricultural supply chains – Environmental Defense Fund (4/7)
    42. More companies are tracking carbon emissions — is it helping? GreenBiz (4/6)
    43. Here’s what happens when companies actually track their CO2 emissions – Vox (4/3)
    44. Can low-income housing in the U.S. be energy efficient and affordable? – Global Voices (3/29)
    45. The farm that grows climate change solutions – GreenBiz (3/26)
    46. Can housing be both energy efficient and affordable? – GreenBiz (3/22)
    47. Can low-income housing be energy efficient and affordable? – Vox (3/20)
    48. What’s on tap in Minneapolis? – The Durango Herald (3/19)
    49. Nutritional value of fish might be reduced by farming, study finds – Baltimore Sun (3/18)
    50. In Minneapolis, bellying up for . . . tap water – WBT (3/18)
    51. Water shortage may cripple global water supply – Scientific American (3/18)
    52. Disfunction by design: how standards hurt buildings and cities – GreenBiz (3/17)
    53. Changes in aquaculture feed may impact seafood nutritional benefits – The Fish Site (3/15)
    54. From air conditioning to urban planning, defaults and standards create disfunction by design – Vox (3/13)
    55. How to game urban design to shape sustainable cities – GreenBiz (3/11)
    56. True savings of daylight savings time – KARE 11 (3/11)
    57. In a warmer world, there may be fewer fruits and vegetables – National Geographic (3/10)
    58. Nuclear energy – future of energy or dinosaur in a death spiral? – GreenBiz (3/9)
    59. Is nuclear power our energy future, or in a death spiral? – Climate Central (3/6)
    60. The newest strategy for saving bees is really, really old – GreenBiz (2/26)
    61. What will it take to get plastics out of the ocean? – GreenBiz (2/22)
    62. The newest strategy for saving bees is really, really old – Vox (2/20)
    63. Want a resilient world? Start with data – GreenBiz (2/17)
    64. Small island offers big lessons on Clean Power  – Climate Central (2/15)
    65. Is it time to rethink recycling? – Vox (2/13)
    66. This small island offers big lessons on clean power – GreenBiz (2/12)
    67. Why we won’t be able to feed the world without GM – IFLS (2/12)
    68. Why we won’t be able to feed the world without GM – The Conversation UK (2/11)
    69. What will it take to get plastic out of the ocean? – Vox (2/7)
    70. ‘Edited’ food: is this obscure tool a game-changer for GMOs? – GreenBiz (2/5)
    71. Good news on rainforests; they bounce back strong, storing more carbon than thought – The Conversation US (2/3)
    72. U professor digs into fossil fuel problems – Minnesota Daily (2/3)
    73. Deforestation is decreasing — or is it? – GreenBiz (2/1)
    74. The toxics in our electronics are a huge problem. But there may be a fix – Vox (1/31)
    75. There’s reason to be optimistic about action on climate change – GreenBiz (1/29)
    76. Vines may be bad news for forest carbon storage – Mongabay (1/28)
    77. Water risks are growing; here’s a tool to help us prepare – National Geographic (1/28)
    78. Can genetic engineering help plants adapt to a warmer world? These scientists hope so – Vox (1/24)
    79. 15 trends conservationists should pay attention to but aren’t – GreenBiz (1/21)
    80. Just adding pollinators could boost small-farm yields – ScienceNews (1/21)
    81. How HP and Dell are reducing toxics in their electronics – GreenBiz (1/20)
    82. What Kenya’s biggest slum can teach us about saving cities from floods – Vox (1/17)
    83. Tiny materials, big questions: how green is nanotechnology – GreenBiz (1/14)
    84. Are energy-saving settings bad for the environment? – GreenBiz (1/13)
    85. The art of bringing science to sustainable development – GreenBz (1/11)
    86. Here’s how software can save salt marshes – Climate Central (1/10)
    87. How female investors can lead the way to a low-carbon world – GreenBiz (1/7)
    88. The conundrum of transporting our goods – Climate Central (1/3)
    89. Are energy-saving settings bad for the environment? – Vox (1/2)
    90. 12 strategies for moving from water scarcity to abundance – GreenBiz (1/2)
    91. Carbon storage shortage? Tropical forests are storing less greenhouse gas than thought – Nature World News (1/2)
    1. The Conundrum of Transporting Our Goods – Climate Central (1/3)
    2. Carbon Storage Shortage? Tropical Forests Are Storing Less Greenhouse Gas Than Thought – Nature World News (1/2)
    3. The World Has a Historic Agreement. How Are We Going to Build Our Future? – MinnPost (12/17)
    4. So the World Agreed to a Major Climate-Change Pact — What Does That Actually Mean for the U.S. and Minnesota? – MinnPost (12/16)
    5. The Complicated History Behind Organic Food – Business Insider (12/13)
    6. Historic Paris Climate Pact Reached — Experts Reach – The Conversation (12/12)
    7. Everyone Knows Climate Adaptation is Crucial, But Beyond That it’s Pretty Hazy – The Conversation (12/9)
    8. Plants are Protecting Us from Climate Change — For Now – Conservation (12/7)
    9. Satellite Observations Show Global Plant Growth is Not Keeping Up with CO2 Emissions – Phys.org (12/7)
    10. Satellite Observations Show Global Plant Growth is Not Keeping Up with CO2 Emissions – Science Daily (12/7)
    11. Pondering Pensions at the Climate Talks in Paris – Star Tribune (12/7)
    12. Can Entrepreneurs Save Us From Climate Change? – Grid (12/3)
    13. U Professor Talks Green Business – Minnesota Daily (12/3)
    14. Mapping the Future of Meat — And What it Means for Sustainability – GreenBiz (11/27)
    15. Leaders Can Learn Much From Looking Beyond Their Horizon – Star Tribune (11/20)
    16. UHI Study Shows Temperature Variation Across City – Reporting Climate Science (11/20)
    17. New Urban Heat Island Study Shows Surprising Variation in Air Temperature Across Twin Cities – Phys.org (11/18)
    18. Biodiversity Stabilizes Climate – Minnesota Daily (10/27)
    19. Here’s What it Will Take for Success at Climate Talks – Climate Central (10/25)
    20. In Minnesota, Booya is More Than Just a Stew – Star Tribune (10/22)
    21. Une Nouvelle Ere de Migrations S’Ouvre, et Pas Seulments Pour les Humains –  The Conversation (10/21)
    22. The Three Things We’re Missing When We Talk About GMOs – Quartz (10/17)
    23. We Are Entering a New Era of Migration — and Not Just for People – The Conversation (10/15)
    24. Waconia Farm’s History is Focus of U Project – Star Tribune (10/11)
    25. Here’s 133 Years of Climate Change Data Transformed Into a Haunting Melody for String Quartet – Good (9/22)
    26. This Song is Composed From 133 Years of Climate Change Data  – Smithsonian (9/21)
    27. Program Pairs U of M with Local Initiatives – Chanhassen Villager (9/18)
    28. In Sub-Saharan Africa, Entrepreneurs Explore Whether Sanitation Could Solve a Growing Fuel Crisis — and Vice Versa – PRI (9/18)
    29. Cities are finally treating water as a resource, not a nuisance – Vox (9/5)
    30. Health Care and Climate Change Go Hand in Hand – Mother Nature News (8/31)
    31. How Drones are Affecting Wildlife in Surprising Ways – National Geographic (8/25)
    32. It’s Time to Invest in Clean Energy in Africa – Quartz (8/18)
    33. Bears Get Stressed by Drones – BBC (8/17)
    34. What to Do About the Antidepressants and Antibiotics in Our Water – Quartz (8/17)
    35. Drones Bother Bears, Nearly Triggering Heart Attacks – Discovery (8/14)
    36. Drones Could be Stressing Out Wildlife, Scientists Suggest – Washington Post (8/13)
    37. The Heart Rates of Black Bears Spike When Drones Fly Overhead – PBS (8/13)
    38. Drones Increase Heart Rate of Bears. Too Much Stress? – NPR (8/13)
    39. Drones Stress Bears Out – Fusion (8/13)
    40. Calculating the Cost of Natural Capital — and the Risk of Losing It – Supply Management (8/11)
    41. Fournir en Electricite 620 Millions de Personne en Afrique – Oximity (8/7)
    42. There’s New Science On Peatland Deforestation and, Well . . . Oh Dear – Union of Concerned Scientists (8/6)
    43. Scientists Have Found a Way to Make Eco-Friendly Plastics Out of Corn Syrup and Bacteria – Quartz (8/5)
    44. The Natural Capital Project: Deploying Cloud and Big Data to Value Nature – Circulate News (7/21)
    45. The Natural Capital Project Deploys Cloud, Big Data, to Better Quantify the Value of Nature – Business Cloud News (7/17)
    46. Peatland Emissions from Palm Oil Conversion Highly Understated: Report – Mongabay (7/16)
    47. Scientists Consider Whether Krill Need to be Protected from Over Hunting – PRI (7/14)
    48. It’s Not Just Natural and Synthetic Fibers in Your Clothes — There are Plenty of Chemicals Too – PRI (7/9)
    49. Microsoft and The Natural Capital Project Join Forces to Transform the Way We Evaluate the Services that Nature Provides – Microsoft On the Issues (7/9)
    50. Hellmann: Scientists Focusing on How to Adapt to Climate Change – MPR (7/7)
    51. How Africa Gets Power to 620 Million More People Could Have a Huge Influence on Our World – PRI (7/6)
    52. Putting a Price on Nature – PBS Nova (6/18)
    53. India, China Need Cleaner Air Just to Keep Death Rate Steady – New York Times (6/16)
    54. Valuing Nature: Q&A with Gretchen Daily – Huffington Post Green (6/16)
    55. View of ‘Natural Capital’ Uses Economic Value to Help Achieve a Sustainable Future – Phys.org (6/15)
    56. In War-Torn Syria, a Priceless Seed Vault Continues to Hang On – PRI (6/15)
    57. Urban Farming is Booming in the U.S., but What Does it Really Yield? – Global Voices (6/13)
    58. Rosemount Reaps Results of U Students’ Research – Star Tribune (6/13)
    59. Superwolves, New Butterflies and All the Hybrid Species Evolving Before Our Eyes – Quartz (6/3)
    60. With Climate Change, Species are Increasingly Interbreeding to Survive – PRI (6/2)
    61. What the Oceans Will Look Like in 2050 – Quartz (6/1)
    62. U Students Play the Music of Warming Spheres – Star Tribune (6/1)
    63. Everything You Always Wanted to Know About the U.N.Climate Talks – GreenBiz.com (5/30)
    64. La plus grosse poubelle de plastique dont personne ne parle – L’Important (5/19)
    65. Goedkoper en efficienter: de hernieuwbare energie van morgen – Groenekwesties (5/18)
    66. These Composers Put Climate Change Across the Globe to Music – Grist (5/11)
    67. Listen to 133 Years of Climate Change in One Evocative Song – Tree Hugger (5/11)
    68. What Climate Change Sounds Like From Amazon to Arctic – Climate Central (5/10)
    69. Urban Farms Now Produce 1/5 of the World’s Food – GreenBiz (5/5)
    70. IonE Narrows to Three for Director Search – Minnesota Daily (5/6)
    71. Feeding 11 Billion People – Huffington Post Green (5/4)
    72. Instead of Chemical Pesticides, a Traditional Remedy is Saving Crops Around the World – Quartz (4/21)
    73. Can Saltwater Quench Our Growing Thirst? – Climate Central (4/19)
    74. Solar Power Will Soon be a Cheap as Coal – Quartz (4/18)
    75. The Biggest Source of Plastic You’ve Never Heard Of – TruthOut.org (4/11)
    76. A Cheat Sheet to Debunking Myths About Electric Vehicles – CheatSheet.com (4/10)
    77. How One Chef is Fusing Fine Dining and Sustainable Seafood – GreenBiz.com (4/10)
    78. How One California Farmer is Battling the Worst Drought in 1,200 Years – Medium (4/2)
    79. What Are We Doing to Our Childrens Brains? – Medium (4/2)
    80. The Biggest Source of Plastic You’ve Never Heard Of – Quartz (4/1)
    81. Weather Worth Watching – AgWeb (3/30)
    82. Only Capitalism Can Save the Planet – Quartz (3/26)
    83. Stalled Crop Yields in India, China Cause for Worry: Experts – Zoomlion (3/22)
    84. When Climate Sinks High-Tech Rice, Older Varieties May Save the Day – PRI (3/20)
    85. Will Natural Gas Dim Solar’s Shine? – Climate Central (3/14)
    86. Could Solar Power Overtake Natural Gas in the U.S.? – Quartz (3/10)
    87. Latest Research: Scientists Say That “Oil Palm Plantations Hover Water Quality” – Zine Report (3/10)
    88. Can Mock Hunts Save Lions in Kenya and Tanzania? – Oximity (3/9)
    89. Kimberly Carlson – Union of Concerned Scientists (3/6)
    90. Teaching Through Art – Minnesota Daily (2/23)
    91. What Are We Doing to Our Children’s Brains? – TruthOut.org (2/20)
    92. New Perspective on Bioenergy Economic Model – Clean Technica (2/19)
    93. Toxic Exposure Could Be Causing a Pandemic of Brain Disorders in Kids – Quartz (2/18)
    94. Can Grains of the Past Help Us Weather Future Storms? – Climate Central (2/14)
    95. The Foods That Will Survive the Disasters of the Future – Gizmodo (2/14)
    96. A Ray of Sunshine for Bioenergy – Environmental Research Web (2/10)
    97. A Ray of Sunshine for Bioenergy – Eureka Alert (2/9)
    98. Is pH a Red Herring for Ocean Acidification? – Climate Central (2/7)
    99. Cleaner Lakes are Social Media Stars – Discover Magazine (2/6)
    100. Online Photos Provide Evidence for the Value of Clean Water – Phys.org (2/3)
    101. Online Photos Provide Evidence for the Value of Clean Water – Eureka Alert (2/3)
    102. Impacts of Climate Variations on Crop Productivity – International Business Times (1/28)
    103. Können Big Data Indiens letzte wilde Tiger retten? – Oximity (1/26)
    104. GEMI Launches Supply Chain Sustainability Tool – Environment & Energy Management News (1/23)
    105. When it Comes to Variations in Crop Yield, Climate Has a Big Say – Phys.org (1/22)
    106. U Researchers Make Sustainable Magnet – Minnesota Daily (1/21)
    107. How Domesticated Dogs Made Serengeti Lions Sick – The Verge (1/19)
    108. Study Sheds Light on Links Between Diseases of Dogs and Big Cats – University of Glasgow (1/19)
    109. Can Cities Lead the Way in Maximizing Nature’s Values? – GreenBiz (1/13)
    110. Into the Mountains – Sidetracked (1/12)
    111. Better Dam Planning Strategies – NewsWise (1/6)
    112. OPAL Software Aims to Restore Ecosystems – GreenBiz.com (1/5)
    113. Can Electric Vehicles be Environmental Villains? – The Energy Collective (12/25)
    114. Cleaner Than What? – The Economist (12/20)
    115. Your All-Electric Car May Damage Environment – Asian Age (12/18)
    116. How Much of the World’s Cropland is Actually Used to Grow Food? – Vox (12/16)
    117. Electric Vehicles Could Reduce Air Pollution Deaths by 70%, Study Finds – Consumer Affairs (12/16)
    118. Electric Vehicles Aren’t as Environmentally Friendly as We Thought, Study Finds – Headlines & Global News (12/16)
    119. How Green is Your Elecric Car? It Depends on the Power Source – The Register-Guard (12/16)
    120. Vehicles Powered by Electricity From Renewables Could Save Lives – Product, Design & Development (12/16)
    121. Electric Cars a Mixed Bag for Health, Climate – Climate Central (12/15)
    122. Why Your All-Electric Car May Not Be So Green – ABC (12/15)
    123. That Electric Car May Not Be as Green as You Think – Pioneer Press (12/15)
    124. University Lab Aims to Lead Energy Transition Efforts – Minnesota Daily (12/10)
    125. What We Know About the Future of the Arctic is Scary — What We Don’t Know, Scarier – Quartz (12/10)
    126. Was Green Energy Just a Fad? With Cheap Oil, Americans Buy Gas Guzzlers Again – The Guardian (12/10)
    127. Stanford Collaboration Helps Governments Offset Damage Caused by Development Projects – Imperial Valley News (12/7)
    128. The End and Beginning of the Arctic – Climate Central (12/6)
    129. Stanford Collaboration Helps Governments Offset Damage Caused by Development Projects – Stanford News (12/4)
    130. Experts Urge Better Diets for Life, Planet – Minnesota Daily (11/20)
    131. ‘Green Revolution’ Brings Greater CO2 Swings – Climate Central (11/19)
    132. No Tilling, Better Soil – Minnesota Daily (11/19)
    133. The Two That Will Feed The 9 Billion – The Daily Republic (11/18)
    134. Using Science to Open Way to ‘Blue Economy’ – Phys.org (11/18)
    135. We May Be Close to a World of Limitless Power from Artificial Leaves – Quartz (11/19)
    136. What If Our Diets Don’t Change by 2050? New Research Tells the Good and the Bad! – The Raw Food World (11/15)
    137. Rising Incomes Are Making People Unhealthy and Destroying the Environment – Vice (11/14)
    138. Fish and Vegetable Diet Could Save the Planet As Well As Our Lives – Red Orbit (11/14)
    139. The Best Diet for the Planet is Also Ideal for Humans – Eat Drink Better (11/14)
    140. Your Cheeseburger is Ruining Everything – Grist (11/14)
    141. Palm-oil Giant Makes Big Committment. Rainforests Rejoice – Grist (11/13)
    142. Feeding a Growing Population in a Warmer World – Yale Climate Connections (11/13)
    143. Mostly Plants: New Science Says a Healthier Diet is Best for the Climate – Civil Eats (11/12)
    144. Plant-Based Diet is Best for Planet, New Science Says – Time.com (11/12)
    145. Live Longer? Save the Planet? Better Diet Could Nail Both – Eureka Alert (11/12)
    146. New Study Shows Healthier Food Choices Could Dramatically Decrease Environmental Costs of Agriculture – Phys.Org (11/12)
    147. Switching to a Healthy Diet Will Help You Live Longer, and Also Cut Down Greenhouse Gas Emissions– Medical Daily (11/12)
    148. Linking Diet to Human and Environmental Health – Science Codex (11/12)
    149. Five Best Ideas of the Day: November 6 – Time.com (11/6)
    150. Cities Designed Like Ecosystems Offer Untold Gains – Climate Central (11/2)
    151. Ag Expansion, U of Minnesota – Yale Climate Connections (10/29)
    152. Countries Away, Helping Farmers – Minnesota Daily (10/27)
    153. When It Comes to Food Packaging, What We Don’t Know Could Hurt Us – GreenBiz.com (10/27)
    154. From Grid Waste to Good Taste – Climate Central (10/26)
    155. The Future of Food: Experts Predict How Our Plates Will Change – Time (10/9)
    156. Decline of Bees and Other Pollinators Could Worsen Global Malnutrition – Science (10/8)
    157. It’s Time for America to Talk About the Price of Water – Huffington Post (10/7)
    158. How Minnesota Can Keep the Lights On – Star Tribune (10/3)
    159. Study Examines Carbon Storage in Trees – Minnesota Daily (9/29)
    160. University of Minnesota Forges Way as Plastics Research Leader – Pioneer Press (9/28)
    161. Study of Pumas Spans Continents – Minnesota Daily (9/23)
    162. Global Importance of Pollinators Underestimated – PhysOrg (9/17)
    163. Stanford Research Links Malnutrition and Pollination – Stanford News (9/17)
    164. I Vincitori dei Premi Balzan 2014 – Focus (9/10)
    165. U Forges Way as Plastics Research Leader – Minnesota Daily (9/10)
    166. Time for Trees to Pack Their Trunks? – Climate Central (9/7)
    167. New Global ‘Road Map’ Shows Where to Put Future Roads – Climate Central (9/6)
    168. Moving a Forest: As Climate Changes, Ecosystems Will Need to Shift – MinnPost (9/3)
    169. Battle Wages for California’s Groundwater Rights – Climate Central (8/30)
    170. How the Zero Waste Economy Benefits Everyone – GreenBiz.com (8/28)
    171. CSP Recieves $20 Million NSF Grant to Pioneer Bioplastics – Biomass Magazine (8/14)
    172. Let’s Use Organic and GMOs to Feed the World – HuffPostGreen (8/13)
    173. Feeding Everyone with a Minimum of Carbon Emissions – ArsTechnica (8/11)
    174. Bye Bye Bycatch? Smart Nets That Save Fish – EcoWatch (8/11)
    175. Ernahrungssicherheit: Haben Forscher die Welformel gefunden? – Wirtschafts Woche Green (8/4)
    176. What Climate Change Means For Your Morning Coffee – Climate Central (8/9)
    177. The End of Sustainability – New Security Beat (7/30)
    178. 3 Ways to Grow More Food Without Stressing the Environment – Fast Company (7/30)
    179. Dirty Drinking Water in Farm Country – Environmental Working Group (7/29)
    180. Bangor-born Looks Outside Government to Solve Looming Global Food Crisis – Bangor Daily News (7/29)
    181. In Water We Trust: How Quito’s Water Trust Funds Succeed – GreenBiz.com (7/28)
    182. Die Tierdichte müsste reduziert werden – Faz.net (7/27)
    183. Win-Win Way Pinpointed to Aid Food Security & Climate – Climate Central (7/26)
    184. Private Water Wells Soaking Up Fertilizers, University Research Says – Minnesota Daily (7/23)
    185. Effektive Landwirtschaft gegen den Welthunger – Ernährungsumschau (7/23)
    186. Strategien gegen den Hunger: Kritik an Effizienz, Rodungen und Energiepflanzen – AID.de (7/23)
    187. We Have Enough Land To Feed Our Growing Population, We Just Have To Use It Right, Study Finds – Ashville Institute (7/21)
    188. Den Hunger lindern – Frankfurter Rundschau (7/21)
    189. Sustainability: Food Security Solutions – Xperedon (7/21)
    190. Die Erde gibt noch einiges her – Neue Zürcher Zeitung (7/20)
    191. Bis 2050 muss Landwirtschaft hocheffektiv werden!– Topagrar online (7/19)
    192. Weniger Hunger durch weniger Fleisch – TAZ.de (7/18)
    193. Leverage Points for Improving Global Food Security and the Environment – The Campaign for Real Farming (7/19)
    194. A Roadmap for Reconciling Food Security and Conservation – Conservation (7/18)
    195. How to Boost Production But Not Emissions? Researchers Identify Key Ways – Christian Science Monitor (7/18)
    196. Rice Guzzles the Most Water, Consumes Excess Nutrients Among Crops: Minnesota Researchers – Oryza.com (7/18)
    197. How to Feed 3 Billion Extra People Without Trashing the Planet – Vox (7/18)
    198. The Six Countries That Could Change the Future of Food Production – IOP (7/18)
    199. Grasslands Conversion May Increase Water Pollution in SE Minnesota – Star Tribune (7/18)
    200. Sustainable and Ecological Agriculture Could Feed 3Bn More People – Green&Blue Tomorrow (7/18)
    201. Study Pinpoints Key ‘Leverage Points’ to Feed More People with Existing Land – Food Navigator (7/18)
    202. Οι αγελάδες «στερούν τροφή από τους ανθρώπους» – To BHMA Science (7/18)
    203. Famine No More: The World of Plenty Lies Ahead – Reason.com (7/18)
    204. Smartare odling kan mätta miljarder fler – Sveriges Radio (7/18)
    205. Wie die Landwirtschaft umweltschonender werden kann – Focus.de (7/17)
    206. Improved Food Systems Could Feed 3 Billion More People – Study – All Africa (7/17)
    207. Hunger in der Welt: Wie zehn Milliarden Menschen satt werden könnten – Spiegel Online (7/17)
    208. How Can We Feed Billions More People? – Newsweek (7/17)
    209. We Have Enough Land to Feed Our Growing Population, We Just Have to Use it Right, Study Finds – Huffington Post (7/17)
    210. Better Use of World’s Existing Cropland Could Feed 3 Billion People: Study – The Guardian (7/17)
    211. Cool Roofs Rising: Reflective Roof Coatings and Materials Bring Multiple Benefits – Living Green Magazine (7/17)
    212. New Study Shows How Existing Cropland Could Feed Billions More – Phys.org (7/17)
    213. How Eating Less Meat Can Help Feed the World – Salon (7/17)
    214. Fix Farms in a Few Countries and Feed 3 Billion People – NewScientist.com (7/17)
    215. Sizing Down Food Waste: What’s the Worst Thing to Toss? – NPR (7/17)
    216. Food Used to Fatten Animals Could Feed 3 Billion: Study – NBC News (7/17)
    217. Cutting Down Crop Waste Could Feed 3 Billion – Nature (7/17)
    218. How Existing Cropland Could Feed Billions More – Science Daily (7/17)
    219. Improved Food Systems Could Feed 3 Billion More People – Study -Thomson Reuters Foundation (7/17)
    220. Building Toward Sustainable, Resilient Cities in 2050 – GreenBiz.com (7/15)
    221. Feeding 9 Billion – The Splendid Table (7/11)
    222. Solving the World’s Food Dilemma in 5 Steps – The Splendid Table (7/11)
    223. Farm Switch From Grass to Corn Could Taint Water – Austin Daily Herald (7/11)
    224. Crop Switch Could Cost Millions in Water Contamination – MPR News (7/10)
    225. The End of Sustainability – Blue&Green Tomorrow (7/10)
    226. Song of Our Warming Planet – Living Green Magazine (7/8)
    227. Here’s Why the Forecast for Microgrids Looks This Sunny – GreenBiz.com (7/7)
    228. Climate Change Gets Up Close and Personal – Climate Central (7/7)
    229. University of Minnesota is Studying Whether Farming Can Reduce Urban Heat – Star Tribune (7/6)
    230. U of M Study Checks if Farms Can Reduce Heat in Cities – St. Cloud Times (7/6)
    231. University of Minnesota Studying Urban Heat – KSTP (7/6)
    232. University of Minnesota is Studying Urban Heat – Pioneer Press (7/6)
    233. University of Minnesota is Studying Urban Heat – Washington Times (7/6)
    234. Food Shortage Solution Must Come After Understand a New Narrative – Chautauquan Daily (7/3)
    235. Can We Grow More Food on Less Land? – The Breakthrough Institute (7/2)
    236. U Project Could Use Farming to Turn Down Urban Heat – The Minnesota Daily (7/2)
    237. Five Weird and Wonderful Ways Your Dinner is Adapting to Climate Change – The Daily Climate (7/1)
    238. Oil Palm Plantations Threaten Water Quality, Stanford Scientists Say – e Science News (7/1)
    239. Oil Palm Plantations Degrade Water Quality Relative to Community Forests – Mongabay.com (6/30)
    240. Climate Change Cuisine? – Living Green Magazine (6/27)
    241. Z is for Inspiration: Biosustainability at the San Diego Zoo – Living Green Magazine (6/23)
    242. Expert Lays Out Five Steps for Feeding Nine Billion – Alberta Farmer Express (6/20)
    243. This Urban Research University is Also an Economic Powerhouse – National Journal (6/17)
    244. Energy-use Data Could Help Minnesota Cities Protect the Environment – MPR News (6/17)
    245. CSU Study Details Practices That Can Significantly Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Corn Production – Bloomberg Businessweek (6/13)
    246. Here’s What Happens When GMO Antagonists Get Together for a Friendly Chat – Grist (6/13)
    247. A Shocking Number of Chemical Products Are Banned in Europe But Safe in the U.S. – Business Insider (6/10)
    248. Greening Health Care – Living Green Magazine (6/6)
    249. Minnesota Leads in Reducing Emissions – Star Tribune (6/5)
    250. Lionfish: Eat ‘Em to Beat ‘Em – Living Green Magazine (6/2)
    251. How to Build a Biobased Copolymer – Chemical & Engineering News (5/29)
    252. Foreign Students Sweep Clean Bangalore Footpaths – Times of India (5/28)
    253. Food vs. Forests: Challenges for Sri Lanka – The Sunday Times (5/25)
    254. The Colour of Pollution – The Economist (5/24)
    255. Earthbound Farm’s Founder Wants to Change the Way You Eat – The Guardian (5/23)
    256. National Geographic’s Future of Food: Jon Foley’s 5-Step Plan to Feed the World – Coca Cola Company (5/21)
    257. Can Storytelling Impact Climate Change? The U of M Aims to Find Out – Star Tribune (5/20)
    258. White House: Climate Change to Get Worse – CNN (5/10)
    259. Under the Microscope: Climate Change, Food Security and Turtles – KBIA.org (5/8)
    260. Dr. Elizabeth Borer, University of Minnesota – Grassland Fertilization and the Nutrient Network – WAMC (5/9)
    261. Can’t Take the Heat? Get Out of the City – Minnesota Daily (5/6)
    262. Joseph Keefe: Sustainable Investing – Forbes (5/2)
    263. Jonathan Foley to Lead California Academy of Sciences – SF Chronicle (4/29)
    264. Catch and Deceased? Industrial Fishing Casualties on Sea Life – Living Green Magazine (4/28)
    265. Study: African American Exposure to Polluted Air 38% Higher Than Whites – Afro American (4/28)
    266. This Is How Racist Your Air Is – Mother Jones (4/28)
    267. Sensors Installed at MN Arboretum Could Help Improve Environment – CBS Local (4/23)
    268. Affirmative Action, Feeding the World & Political Dynasties – KCRW (4/22)
    269. Students Provide Earth Day Momentum – KFAI Radio (4/22)
    270. A Need For Nourishment – Creative Loafing Tampa (4/22)
    271. Racial and Environmental Justice Are Two Sides of the Same Coin – The Nation (4/22)
    272. If Food Could Fly – Huffington Post (4/21)
    273. Pollution Unnecessarily Affects Minorities in the U.S. – MSNBC (4/21)
    274. How Race Can Affect the Very Air You Breathe – MSNBC (4/20)
    275. How to Feed a World with 9 Billion People in 5 Steps – Genetic Literacy Project (4/17)
    276. Student Energy Powers Resilient Communities Project – Lillie News (4/16)
    277. What Happens When There Are 9 Billion People to Feed? – Marketplace (4/16)
    278. US Minorities Exposed to More Toxic Air, U Finds – Star Tribune (4/16)
    279. Groundbreaking nationwide study finds that people of color live in neighborhoods with more air pollution than whites – Medical Xpress (4/16)
    280. Why rare earth recycling is rare and what we can do about it – GreenBiz.com (4/14)
    281. Is The Green Revolution Fading? – Environmental Working Group (4/11)
    282. Rosemount Laying the UMore Park Groundwork – Star Tribune (4/9)
    283. IonE’s Boreas Leadership Program director Kate Knuth gives her impressions of the Canadian Pan-Prairie Energy Tour she took in March in this video clip. – (4/7)
    284. The Heinz Family Foundation Honors Recipients of the 19th Heinz Awards – Emag.Co.Uk (4/4)
    285. Oceans of Energy — Abundant and Carbon-Free! – Living Green Magazine (4/3)
    286. Will There Be Enough Food? Thought on the IPCC WGII Report – Forest News (4/3)
    287. University of Minnesota students fill hop demand – Belleville News Democrat (3/29)
    288. Are GMOs worth the trouble? – MIT Technology Review (3/27)
    289. Resilient Communities Project Chooses Rosemount as 2014-15 Partner – Rosemount Town Pages (3/26)
    290. Students fill hop demand – Minnesota Daily (3/24)
    291. A Renewable Solution to Palm Oil’s Methane Problem – Climate Central (3/22)
    292. The Power of Youth – Hometown Focus (3/21)
    293. University of Minnesota students fill hop demand – Kansas City Star (3/19)
    294. Oceans Stand to Deliver Abundant Carbon-free Energy – Kitsap Sun (3/17)
    295. Why You Shouldn’t Hope for an Early Spring – Living Green Magazine (3/6)
    296. Can We Feed the Planet Without Trashing It? Jon Foley’s ‘Yes’ Wins Major Award – MinnPost (3/4)
    297. What’s Limiting the Impact of GMOs on Global Food Security? – Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies (2/27)
    298. Heinz Foundation Honors 5 with $250K Awards – Seattle Post-Intelligencer (2/25)
    299. U of M Educator Honored with $250K Heinz Award – kare11.com (2/25)
    300. Why You Shouldn’t Hope for an Early Spring – Climate Central (2/23)
    301. Why You Shouldn’t Hope for an Early Spring – Kitsap Sun (2/23)
    302. The Periphery Isn’t Peripheral – Environment, Conflict & Cooperation (2/17)
    303. Are We on the Path to Peak Water? – Climate Central (2/16)
    304. Building a Better Rat Trap – Living Green Magazine (2/14)
    305. Cool Roofs Can Counteract the Warming of Urban Sprawl – Popular Mechanics (2/10)
    306. A Wasted Opportunity – The Camden Herald (2/7)
    307. Climate Change Cuisine: It’s What’s For Dinner – Climate Central (2/2)
    308. Dams May Provide Resilience to Climate Change – Climate Central (2/1)
    309. Local Foods and Gardening: Supper Series Kicks Off at UMC Jan. 23 – Crookston Times (1/21)
    310. A Song of Our Warming Planet – Understanding Climate Change Through Music – Resilience.org (1/13)
    311. Increasing Cropping Frequency Offers Opportunity to Boost Food Supply – Farm and Dairy (1/11)
    312. Mas Cosechas Anuales Aumentarian la Seguridad Alimentaria – SciDevNet (1/8)
    313. Changing the Global Food Narrative – The Ecologist (1/1)
    1. Your All-Electric Car May Damage Environment – Asian Age (12/18)
    2. Electric Vehicles Could Reduce Air Pollution Deaths by 70%, Study Finds – Consumer Affairs (12/16)
    3. Electric Vehicles Aren’t as Environmentally Friendly as We Thought, Study Finds – Headlines & Global News (12/16)
    4. How Green is Your Elecric Car? It Depends on the Power Source – The Register-Guard (12/16)
    5. Vehicles Powered by Electricity From Renewables Could Save Lives – Product, Design & Development (12/16)
    6. Electric Cars a Mixed Bag for Health, Climate – Climate Central (12/15)
    7. Why Your All-Electric Car May Not Be So Green – ABC (12/15)
    8. That Electric Car May Not Be as Green as You Think – Pioneer Press (12/15)
    9. University Lab Aims to Lead Energy Transition Efforts – Minnesota Daily (12/10)
    10. What We Know About the Future of the Arctic is Scary — What We Don’t Know, Scarier – Quartz (12/10)
    11. Was Green Energy Just a Fad? With Cheap Oil, Americans Buy Gas Guzzlers Again – The Guardian (12/10)
    12. Stanford Collaboration Helps Governments Offset Damage Caused by Development Projects – Imperial Valley News (12/7)
    13. The End and Beginning of the Arctic – Climate Central (12/6)
    14. Stanford Collaboration Helps Governments Offset Damage Caused by Development Projects – Stanford News (12/4)
    15. Experts Urge Better Diets for Life, Planet – Minnesota Daily (11/20)
    16. ‘Green Revolution’ Brings Greater CO2 Swings – Climate Central (11/19)
    17. No Tilling, Better Soil – Minnesota Daily (11/19)
    18. The Two That Will Feed The 9 Billion – The Daily Republic (11/18)
    19. Using Science to Open Way to ‘Blue Economy’ – Phys.org (11/18)
    20. We May Be Close to a World of Limitless Power from Artificial Leaves – Quartz (11/19)
    21. What If Our Diets Don’t Change by 2050? New Research Tells the Good and the Bad! – The Raw Food World (11/15)
    22. Rising Incomes Are Making People Unhealthy and Destroying the Environment – Vice (11/14)
    23. Fish and Vegetable Diet Could Save the Planet As Well As Our Lives – Red Orbit (11/14)
    24. The Best Diet for the Planet is Also Ideal for Humans – Eat Drink Better (11/14)
    25. Your Cheeseburger is Ruining Everything – Grist (11/14)
    26. Palm-oil Giant Makes Big Committment. Rainforests Rejoice – Grist (11/13)
    27. Feeding a Growing Population in a Warmer World – Yale Climate Connections (11/13)
    28. Mostly Plants: New Science Says a Healthier Diet is Best for the Climate – Civil Eats (11/12)
    29. Plant-Based Diet is Best for Planet, New Science Says – Time.com (11/12)
    30. Live Longer? Save the Planet? Better Diet Could Nail Both – Eureka Alert (11/12)
    31. New Study Shows Healthier Food Choices Could Dramatically Decrease Environmental Costs of Agriculture – Phys.Org (11/12)
    32. Switching to a Healthy Diet Will Help You Live Longer, and Also Cut Down Greenhouse Gas Emissions– Medical Daily (11/12)
    33. Linking Diet to Human and Environmental Health – Science Codex (11/12)
    34. Five Best Ideas of the Day: November 6 – Time.com (11/6)
    35. Cities Designed Like Ecosystems Offer Untold Gains – Climate Central (11/2)
    36. Ag Expansion, U of Minnesota – Yale Climate Connections (10/29)
    37. Countries Away, Helping Farmers – Minnesota Daily (10/27)
    38. When It Comes to Food Packaging, What We Don’t Know Could Hurt Us – GreenBiz.com (10/27)
    39. From Grid Waste to Good Taste – Climate Central (10/26)
    40. The Future of Food: Experts Predict How Our Plates Will Change – Time (10/9)
    41. Decline of Bees and Other Pollinators Could Worsen Global Malnutrition – Science (10/8)
    42. It’s Time for America to Talk About the Price of Water – Huffington Post (10/7)
    43. How Minnesota Can Keep the Lights On – Star Tribune (10/3)
    44. Study Examines Carbon Storage in Trees – Minnesota Daily (9/29)
    45. University of Minnesota Forges Way as Plastics Research Leader – Pioneer Press (9/28)
    46. Study of Pumas Spans Continents – Minnesota Daily (9/23)
    47. Global Importance of Pollinators Underestimated – PhysOrg (9/17)
    48. Stanford Research Links Malnutrition and Pollination – Stanford News (9/17)
    49. U Forges Way as Plastics Research Leader – Minnesota Daily (9/10)
    50. Time for Trees to Pack Their Trunks? – Climate Central (9/7)
    51. New Global ‘Road Map’ Shows Where to Put Future Roads – Climate Central (9/6)
    52. Moving a Forest: As Climate Changes, Ecosystems Will Need to Shift – MinnPost (9/3)
    53. Battle Wages for California’s Groundwater Rights – Climate Central (8/30)
    54. CSP Recieves $20 Million NSF Grant to Pioneer Bioplastics – Biomass Magazine (8/14)
    55. Let’s Use Organic and GMOs to Feed the World – HuffPostGreen (8/13)
    56. Feeding Everyone with a Minimum of Carbon Emissions – ArsTechnica (8/11)
    57. Bye Bye Bycatch? Smart Nets That Save Fish – EcoWatch (8/11)
    58. Ernahrungssicherheit: Haben Forscher die Welformel gefunden? – Wirtschafts Woche Green (8/4)
    59. What Climate Change Means For Your Morning Coffee – Climate Central (8/9)
    60. The End of Sustainability – New Security Beat (7/30)
    61. 3 Ways to Grow More Food Without Stressing the Environment – Fast Company (7/30)
    62. Dirty Drinking Water in Farm Country – Environmental Working Group (7/29)
    63. Bangor-born Looks Outside Government to Solve Looming Global Food Crisis – Bangor Daily News (7/29)
    64. In Water We Trust: How Quito’s Water Trust Funds Succeed – GreenBiz.com (7/28)
    65. Die Tierdichte müsste reduziert werden – Faz.net (7/27)
    66. Win-Win Way Pinpointed to Aid Food Security & Climate – Climate Central (7/26)
    67. Private Water Wells Soaking Up Fertilizers, University Research Says – Minnesota Daily (7/23)
    68. Effektive Landwirtschaft gegen den Welthunger – Ernährungsumschau (7/23)
    69. Strategien gegen den Hunger: Kritik an Effizienz, Rodungen und Energiepflanzen – AID.de (7/23)
    70. We Have Enough Land To Feed Our Growing Population, We Just Have To Use It Right, Study Finds – Ashville Institute (7/21)
    71. Den Hunger lindern – Frankfurter Rundschau (7/21)
    72. Sustainability: Food Security Solutions – Xperedon (7/21)
    73. Die Erde gibt noch einiges her – Neue Zürcher Zeitung (7/20)
    74. Bis 2050 muss Landwirtschaft hocheffektiv werden!– Topagrar online (7/19)
    75. Weniger Hunger durch weniger Fleisch – TAZ.de (7/18)
    76. Leverage Points for Improving Global Food Security and the Environment – The Campaign for Real Farming (7/19)
    77. A Roadmap for Reconciling Food Security and Conservation – Conservation (7/18)
    78. How to Boost Production But Not Emissions? Researchers Identify Key Ways – Christian Science Monitor (7/18)
    79. Rice Guzzles the Most Water, Consumes Excess Nutrients Among Crops: Minnesota Researchers – Oryza.com (7/18)
    80. How to Feed 3 Billion Extra People Without Trashing the Planet – Vox (7/18)
    81. The Six Countries That Could Change the Future of Food Production – IOP (7/18)
    82. Grasslands Conversion May Increase Water Pollution in SE Minnesota – Star Tribune (7/18)
    83. Sustainable and Ecological Agriculture Could Feed 3Bn More People – Green&Blue Tomorrow (7/18)
    84. Study Pinpoints Key ‘Leverage Points’ to Feed More People with Existing Land – Food Navigator (7/18)
    85. Οι αγελάδες «στερούν τροφή από τους ανθρώπους» – To BHMA Science (7/18)
    86. Famine No More: The World of Plenty Lies Ahead – Reason.com (7/18)
    87. Smartare odling kan mätta miljarder fler – Sveriges Radio (7/18)
    88. Wie die Landwirtschaft umweltschonender werden kann – Focus.de (7/17)
    89. Improved Food Systems Could Feed 3 Billion More People – Study – All Africa (7/17)
    90. Hunger in der Welt: Wie zehn Milliarden Menschen satt werden könnten – Spiegel Online (7/17)
    91. How Can We Feed Billions More People? – Newsweek (7/17)
    92. We Have Enough Land to Feed Our Growing Population, We Just Have to Use it Right, Study Finds – Huffington Post (7/17)
    93. Better Use of World’s Existing Cropland Could Feed 3 Billion People: Study – The Guardian (7/17)
    94. Cool Roofs Rising: Reflective Roof Coatings and Materials Bring Multiple Benefits – Living Green Magazine (7/17)
    95. New Study Shows How Existing Cropland Could Feed Billions More – Phys.org (7/17)
    96. How Eating Less Meat Can Help Feed the World – Salon (7/17)
    97. Fix Farms in a Few Countries and Feed 3 Billion People – NewScientist.com (7/17)
    98. Sizing Down Food Waste: What’s the Worst Thing to Toss? – NPR (7/17)
    99. Food Used to Fatten Animals Could Feed 3 Billion: Study – NBC News (7/17)
    100. Cutting Down Crop Waste Could Feed 3 Billion – Nature (7/17)
    101. How Existing Cropland Could Feed Billions More – Science Daily (7/17)
    102. Improved Food Systems Could Feed 3 Billion More People – Study -Thomson Reuters Foundation (7/17)
    103. Building Toward Sustainable, Resilient Cities in 2050 – GreenBiz.com (7/15)
    104. Feeding 9 Billion – The Splendid Table (7/11)
    105. Solving the World’s Food Dilemma in 5 Steps – The Splendid Table (7/11)
    106. Farm Switch From Grass to Corn Could Taint Water – Austin Daily Herald (7/11)
    107. Crop Switch Could Cost Millions in Water Contamination – MPR News (7/10)
    108. The End of Sustainability – Blue&Green Tomorrow (7/10)
    109. Song of Our Warming Planet – Living Green Magazine (7/8)
    110. Here’s Why the Forecast for Microgrids Looks This Sunny – GreenBiz.com (7/7)
    111. Climate Change Gets Up Close and Personal – Climate Central (7/7)
    112. University of Minnesota is Studying Whether Farming Can Reduce Urban Heat – Star Tribune (7/6)
    113. U of M Study Checks if Farms Can Reduce Heat in Cities – St. Cloud Times (7/6)
    114. University of Minnesota Studying Urban Heat – KSTP (7/6)
    115. University of Minnesota is Studying Urban Heat – Pioneer Press (7/6)
    116. University of Minnesota is Studying Urban Heat – Washington Times (7/6)
    117. Food Shortage Solution Must Come After Understand a New Narrative – Chautauquan Daily (7/3)
    118. Can We Grow More Food on Less Land? – The Breakthrough Institute (7/2)
    119. U Project Could Use Farming to Turn Down Urban Heat – The Minnesota Daily (7/2)
    120. Five Weird and Wonderful Ways Your Dinner is Adapting to Climate Change – The Daily Climate (7/1)
    121. Oil Palm Plantations Threaten Water Quality, Stanford Scientists Say –e Science News (7/1)
    122. Oil Palm Plantations Degrade Water Quality Relative to Community Forests – Mongabay.com (6/30)
    123. Climate Change Cuisine? – Living Green Magazine (6/27)
    124. Z is for Inspiration: Biosustainability at the San Diego Zoo – Living Green Magazine (6/23)
    125. Expert Lays Out Five Steps for Feeding Nine Billion – Alberta Farmer Express (6/20)
    126. This Urban Research University is Also an Economic Powerhouse – National Journal (6/17)
    127. Energy-use Data Could Help Minnesota Cities Protect the Environment – MPR News (6/17)
    128. CSU Study Details Practices That Can Significantly Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Corn Production – Bloomberg Businessweek (6/13)
    129. Here’s What Happens When GMO Antagonists Get Together for a Friendly Chat – Grist (6/13)
    130. A Shocking Number of Chemical Products Are Banned in Europe But Safe in the U.S. – Business Insider (6/10)
    131. Greening Health Care – Living Green Magazine (6/6)
    132. Minnesota Leads in Reducing Emissions – Star Tribune (6/5)
    133. Lionfish: Eat ‘Em to Beat ‘Em – Living Green Magazine (6/2)
    134. How to Build a Biobased Copolymer – Chemical & Engineering News (5/29)
    135. Foreign Students Sweep Clean Bangalore Footpaths – Times of India (5/28)
    136. Food vs. Forests: Challenges for Sri Lanka – The Sunday Times (5/25)
    137. The Colour of Pollution – The Economist (5/24)
    138. Earthbound Farm’s Founder Wants to Change the Way You Eat – The Guardian (5/23)
    139. National Geographic’s Future of Food: Jon Foley’s 5-Step Plan to Feed the World – Coca Cola Company (5/21)
    140. Can Storytelling Impact Climate Change? The U of M Aims to Find Out – Star Tribune (5/20)
    141. White House: Climate Change to Get Worse – CNN (5/10)
    142. Under the Microscope: Climate Change, Food Security and Turtles – KBIA.org (5/8)
    143. Dr. Elizabeth Borer, University of Minnesota – Grassland Fertilization and the Nutrient Network – WAMC (5/9)
    144. Can’t Take the Heat? Get Out of the City – Minnesota Daily (5/6)
    145. Joseph Keefe: Sustainable Investing – Forbes (5/2)
    146. Jonathan Foley to Lead California Academy of Sciences – SF Chronicle (4/29)
    147. Catch and Deceased? Industrial Fishing Casualties on Sea Life – Living Green Magazine (4/28)
    148. Study: African American Exposure to Polluted Air 38% Higher Than Whites – Afro American (4/28)
    149. This Is How Racist Your Air Is – Mother Jones (4/28)
    150. Sensors Installed at MN Arboretum Could Help Improve Environment – CBS Local (4/23)
    151. Affirmative Action, Feeding the World & Political Dynasties – KCRW (4/22)
    152. Students Provide Earth Day Momentum – KFAI Radio (4/22)
    153. A Need For Nourishment – Creative Loafing Tampa (4/22)
    154. Racial and Environmental Justice Are Two Sides of the Same Coin – The Nation (4/22)
    155. If Food Could Fly – Huffington Post (4/21)
    156. Pollution Unnecessarily Affects Minorities in the U.S. – MSNBC (4/21)
    157. How Race Can Affect the Very Air You Breathe – MSNBC (4/20)
    158. How to Feed a World with 9 Billion People in 5 Steps – Genetic Literacy Project (4/17)
    159. Student Energy Powers Resilient Communities Project – Lillie News (4/16)
    160. What Happens When There Are 9 Billion People to Feed? – Marketplace (4/16)
    161. US Minorities Exposed to More Toxic Air, U Finds – Star Tribune (4/16)
    162. Groundbreaking nationwide study finds that people of color live in neighborhoods with more air pollution than whites – Medical Xpress (4/16)
    163. Why rare earth recycling is rare and what we can do about it – GreenBiz.com (4/14)
    164. Is The Green Revolution Fading? – Environmental Working Group (4/11)
    165. Rosemount Laying the UMore Park Groundwork – Star Tribune (4/9)
    166. IonE’s Boreas Leadership Program director Kate Knuth gives her impressions of the Canadian Pan-Prairie Energy Tour she took in March in this video clip.– (4/7)
    167. The Heinz Family Foundation Honors Recipients of the 19th Heinz Awards – Emag.Co.Uk (4/4)
    168. Oceans of Energy — Abundant and Carbon-Free! – Living Green Magazine (4/3)
    169. Will There Be Enough Food? Thought on the IPCC WGII Report – Forest News (4/3)
    170. University of Minnesota students fill hop demand – Belleville News Democrat (3/29)
    171. Are GMOs worth the trouble? – MIT Technology Review (3/27)
    172. Resilient Communities Project Chooses Rosemount as 2014-15 Partner – Rosemount Town Pages (3/26)
    173. Students fill hop demand – Minnesota Daily (3/24)
    174. A Renewable Solution to Palm Oil’s Methane Problem – Climate Central (3/22)
    175. The Power of Youth – Hometown Focus (3/21)
    176. University of Minnesota students fill hop demand – Kansas City Star (3/19)
    177. Oceans Stand to Deliver Abundant Carbon-free Energy – Kitsap Sun (3/17)
    178. Why You Shouldn’t Hope for an Early Spring – Living Green Magazine (3/6)
    179. Can We Feed the Planet Without Trashing It? Jon Foley’s ‘Yes’ Wins Major Award – MinnPost (3/4)
    180. What’s Limiting the Impact of GMOs on Global Food Security? – Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies (2/27)
    181. Heinz Foundation Honors 5 with $250K Awards – Seattle Post-Intelligencer (2/25)
    182. U of M Educator Honored with $250K Heinz Award – kare11.com (2/25)
    183. Why You Shouldn’t Hope for an Early Spring – Climate Central (2/23)
    184. Why You Shouldn’t Hope for an Early Spring – Kitsap Sun (2/23)
    185. The Periphery Isn’t Peripheral – Environment, Conflict & Cooperation (2/17)
    186. Are We on the Path to Peak Water? – Climate Central (2/16)
    187. Building a Better Rat Trap – Living Green Magazine (2/14)
    188. Cool Roofs Can Counteract the Warming of Urban Sprawl – Popular Mechanics (2/10)
    189. A Wasted Opportunity – The Camden Herald (2/7)
    190. Climate Change Cuisine: It’s What’s For Dinner – Climate Central (2/2)
    191. Dams May Provide Resilience to Climate Change – Climate Central (2/1)
    192. Local Foods and Gardening: Supper Series Kicks Off at UMC Jan. 23 – Crookston Times (1/21)
    193. A Song of Our Warming Planet – Understanding Climate Change Through Music – Resilience.org (1/13)
    194. Increasing Cropping Frequency Offers Opportunity to Boost Food Supply – Farm and Dairy (1/11)
    195. Mas Cosechas Anuales Aumentarian la Seguridad Alimentaria – SciDevNet (1/8)
    196. Changing the Global Food Narrative – The Ecologist (1/1)
    1. Researchers Investigate How Plants Adapt to Cold – kfai.org (12/31)
    2. SISCA Asks Students to Innovate Sustainable Solutions – USA Today (12/16)
    3. How Can We Use Nature to Fend Off Flooding in Puget Sound – The Seattle Times (12/12)
    4. Can We Turn Unwanted Carbon Dioxide Into Electricity? – R&D (12/12)
    5. Many Countries Could Harvest Crops More Frequently – Environmental Research Web (12/12)
    6. Turning Unwanted Carbon Dioxide Into Electricity – Lawrence Livermore National Labratory (12/11)
    7. The Global Food Supply Has a Demand Problem – qz.com (12/9)
    8. Increasing Cropping Frequency May Boost Food Supply – Ag Professional (12/2)
    9. Study: Increasing Cropping Frequency Offers Opportunity to Boost Food Supply – TheIndependent.com (11/30)
    10. Increased Crop Frequency May Boost Food Supply – Food Product Design (11/27)
    11. Barriers to Climate Legislation Following 2016 Election – Breakthrough Institute (11/26)
    12. Increasing Cropping Frequency Offers Opportunity to Boost Food Supply – Red Orbit (11/26)
    13. Study: Harvests Must Increase – MN Daily (11/26)
    14. Smarter, Not Just More, Ag to Feed 9 Billion – The Conscientious Omnivore (11/25)
    15. Increasing Cropping Frequency Offers Opportunity to Boost Food Supply – Science Codex (11/25)
    16. Increasing Cropping Frequency Offers Opportunity to Boost Food Supply – Phys.org (11/25)
    17. Changing the Global Food Narrative – Sustainable Industries (11/20)
    18. What’s Design Got to Do with Environmental Solutions? – MNArtists.org (11/20)
    19. Changing the Global Food Narrative – Friends of the Earth (11/19)
    20. The Other Reason for Divestment – Blue & Green Tomorrow (11/8)
    21. The Other Inconvenient Truth – Ethical Eats (11/15)
    22. Q and A with Global Environment Expert Jonathan Foley – Darden.com (11/15)
    23. What’s The Most Important Thing Food Labels Should Tell Us? – KOSU.org (11/14)
    24. What’s The Most Important Thing Food Labels Should Tell Us? – MPR.org (11/14)
    25. What’s The Most Important Thing Food Labels Should Tell Us? – Oregon Public Broadcasting (11/14)
    26. New Interactive Tool Helps Track Earth’s Forests – New York Times (11/14)
    27. Come Along for a ‘Water Walk’ – KARE 11 (11/13)
    28. Changing the Global Food Narrative – Ensia.com (11/12)
    29. Rethinking Big Water – Sustainable Industries (11/12)
    30. Changes and Challenges at the Top of the World – Star Tribune (11/1)
    31. U Research-Based Startups Honored – Minneosta Daily (10/31)
    32. Can We Feed 9.6 Billion by 2050? – Triple Pundit (10/25)
    33. Hoidal Helps Lead Students to Sustainability Award – Forest Lake Times (10/23)
    34. Rethinking Big Water – GreenBiz.com (10/23)
    35. Flickr Snaps Help Analyse How People Use Natural Areas for Tourism and Recreation: Study – Malaysian Sun (10/22)
    36. Firm Buys U’s New Energy Technology – Minnesota Daily (10/22)
    37. Social Media Helps Advance Tourism Studies! – Business Standard (10/22)
    38. Scientists Use Flickr Photos to Assess Value of Natural Tourist Attractions – Science Daily (10/21)
    39. Vacation Pics Mined for Vital Data: Who Went Where, When? – NBC News (10/18)
    40. Perennial Potential: Wheatgrass Shows Promise as Biofuel, Food – Finance & Commerce (10/18)
    41. GEMI Develops Sustainable Supply Chain Tool – Environmental Leader (10/14)
    42. How to Feed the World – New York Times (10/14)
    43. Sea and Storm: Coastal Habitats Offer Strongest Defense – Mongobay.com (10/11)
    44. Next for U of M Geothermal Effort: Pilot plant – Finance & Commerce (10/11)
    45. GEMI Begins Development Of A New Tool, The GEMI Supply Chain Sustainability Tool – PR Newswire (10/10)
    46. Message in a Bottle: How One Student’s Search for a Sustainable Solution Hydrated 1,800 Bulldogs – UMD Website (10/3)
    47. U Researchers Look at Future of Biofuels – Minnesota Daily (9/30)
    48. Food Security Raises the Obvious: Can We Feed 9.6 Billion by 2050? – The Huffington Post (9/18)
    49. The Triple Bottom Line and the Wealth of Nations – Triple Pundit (9/16)
    50. Students, City Partner for Sustainability – Minnesota Daily (9/9)
    51. U of M Partners With North St. Paul to Improve Sustainability – KSTP (9/6)
    52. Animal Brains Change With Habitat – Minnesota Daily (9/4)
    53. World Facing Crop Shortfall – Oakland Press (9/3)
    54. Mapping the Anthropocene: Visualizing How Humans Are Embedded in Nature– The Breakthrough (9/3)
    55. Live Q&A: Water in Agriculture – The Guardian (8/30)
    56. Supply Chain Energy Efficiency Critical to Reducing Carbon Footprint – Supply & Demand Chain Executive (8/29)
    57. Nature May Protect Coast From Nature – MetroFocus (8/28)
    58. Reducing Ivory and Rhino Horn Demand Is Key to the Species’ Survival – Guardian (8/28)
    59. 2050: Sản lượng lương thực phải tăng 60-110% mới đủ đáp ứng nhu cầu – MTX (8/26)
    60. 2050: Sản lượng lương thực phải tăng 60-110% mới đủ đáp ứng nhu cầu – BaoMoi.com (8/24)
    61. Cellist Converts Climate Data to Song – Scientific American (8/25)
    62. Boosting ‘Crop per Drop’ Could Cut Water Usage – Environmental Research Web (8/22)
    63. Can Farmers Keep Up With Global Food Demand in This Changing Climate? – EDF (8/20)
    64. The Power of Storytelling in Climate Change Education – UNEARTH News (8/20)
    65. Food Security Could be Boosted by Meat Cutback, Says Study – GlobalMeat (8/16)
    66. B-School Startups: Bringing MyRain to India – Bloomberg Businessweek (8/14)
    67. Non-Food Crops Lock up Enough Calories to Feed 4 Billion – SciDevNet (8/14)
    68. A Pivot for Conservation – WWF (8/13)
    69. Unlikely Partnership Identifies How to Save More Energy in Supply Chains – GreenBiz (8/12)
    70. Western Diet Unsustainable for Planet – Foodconsumer (8/12)
    71. Scholars’ Circle Panel – Scholars’ Circle (8/11)
    72. Report: Carbon-cutting Firms Should Encourage Suppliers to Do the Same – MPR (8/8)
    73. Bring on the ‘Frankenburger’ – Dot Earth (8/5)
    74. To Feed 4 Billion More, Skip Meat, Milk and Eggs, Study Says – NBC News (8/5)
    75. Finding Waste in the Global Food Supply – Salon (8/2)
    76. Existing Cropland Could Feed 4 Billion More People – R&D Magazine (8/1)
    77. World’s Existing Cropland Could Feed Billions More People if Farmers and Consumers Change Current Practices, Study Says – Nature World News (8/1)
    78. Saving Coastal Habitats May Cut Costs of Storm Damage, Study Says – The Republic (7/26)
    79. The Future of Conservation – Discover (7/26)
    80. La Demanda de Alimentos Aumenta: ¿Es Posible una Hambruna? – El Librepensador (7/24)
    81. The Soundtrack of Climate Change – Time (7/22)
    82. Global Crop Yield Fails to Keep Pace With Demand – SciDevNet (7/21)
    83. Global Crop Yields Fail To Keep Pace With Demand – Asian Scientist (7/18)
    84. Coastal Storm Damage Not As Severe Thanks To Mother Nature – RedOrbit (7/18)
    85. The Haunting Melody of Global Warming – Slate (7/18)
    86. Natural Barriers Protects Coasts Best – Environmental News Network (7/18)
    87. Need Storm Protection? Turn to Mother Nature – Environmental News Network (7/17)
    88. How the Bay’s Natural Buffers Can Help Defend Us From Sea Level Rise – KQED (7/16)
    89. Habitat Loss Doubles Coastal Flood Impact: Study – China Post (7/16)
    90. An Eco-Friendly Solution to Coastal Hazards – TIME (7/15)
    91. New Study Reveals How Natural Habitats Can Limit Coastal Damage – Science Recorder (7/15)
    92. Protecting Coastal Habitats Could Save Property and Lives – RedOrbit (7/15)
    93. Map: Oysters, Reefs, and Swamps Protect Billions’ Worth Of Real Estate—For Free – The Atlantic Cities (7/15)
    94. Dunes, Reefs and Kelp Forests Protect US Coasts From Climate Change – Science World Report (7/15)
    95. Natural Barriers Protect Two-Thirds Of US Coastlines From Rising Sea Levels– International Science Times (7/15)
    96. Reefs and Dunes Play Critical Roles In Safeguarding Lives In US Coastal Regions – French Tribune (7/15)
    97. Newly Released Study Reinforces How Nature Defends US Coastlines Against Storm Catastrophes – PR Web (7/15)
    98. Future Food – To the Best of Our Knowledge (7/15)
    99. Unexpected Ally Against Future Hurricanes: Nature? – The Christian Science Monitor (7/15)
    100. Global Crop Yields Fail to Keep Pace With Demand – All Africa (7/15)
    101. Will Power: From Black Eyed Peas to Recycling Innovator – Living Green Magazine (7/15)
    102. Minnesota Scientists Shed Fresh Light on Our Need to Increase Food Production – MinnPost (7/15)
    103. Dunes, Reefs Protect U.S. Coasts From Climate Change – USA TODAY (7/14)
    104. New Map Shows Where Nature Protects U.S. Coast – National Geographic (7/14)
    105. Natural Defences Can Sharply Limit Coastal Damage – Nature.com (7/14)
    106. Minnesota Scientists Warn of Food Shortages – Minnesota 2020 (7/10)
    107. Cooperation Key as Minnesota Scientists Warn of Food Shortages – Twin Cities Daily Planet (7/10)
    108. A Tune to Raise Climate Change Awareness – The Weather Channel (7/10)
    109. Fiddling While the World Warms – Dot Earth (7/10)
    110. se i campi non danno di più, sarà un mondo affamato – Ambiente (7/10)
    111. World Population Day: 18 Groups Taking Action – Huffington Post (7/9)
    112. Listen To This Graph: You’ll Hear the Song of Our Warming Planet – ClimateProgress (7/8)
    113. Huge Food Shortages Forecast (and What You Can Do to Fix It) – Care2 (7/4)
    114. Philanthropy Beat: University of Minnesota Students Uses Longboarding to Teach Work Skills – Star Tribune (7/3)
    115. This Is What Global Warming Sounds Like – Slate (7/3)
    116. A Song of Our Warming Planet: Cellist Turns 130 Years of Climate Change Data into Music – Open Culture (7/3)
    117. Global Warming Since 1880… In Song Form – CBC (7/3)
    118. Il Riscaldamento Globale Diventa Una Melodia Inquietante – Wired Italy (7/2)
    119. Global Warming Trend and Variations Charted by Cello – Dot Earth (7/2)
    120. Our Warming Planet, Set to Music – New Statesman (7/2)
    121. Global Warming Trend and Variations Charted by Cello – New York Times (7/2)
    122. 130 Years of Climate Data Portrayed By Cello Music – TreeHugger (7/1)
    123. This is What Global Warming Sounds Like When Converted to Music – Grist (7/1)
    124. A Song of Our Warming Planet – Environmental News Bits (7/1)
    125. 130 Years of Global Temperature Data, Converted to Music – Treehugger (7/1)
    126. 130 Years of Global Temperature Data, Converted to Music – io9 (7/1)
    127. 130 Years of Global Temperature Data, Converted to Music – ShowMeScifi (7/1)
    128. This Terrifying Chart Shows We’re Not Growing Enough Food to Feed the World – The Washington Post (7/1)
    129. Crop Yields – World Green (7/1)
    130. Food Shortages Don’t Demand Sterilization – Real Clear Science (7/1)
    131. Ensia – A New E-Magazine for Pleasurable Perusing – Food (Policy) for Thought (6/29)
    132. Hungry for Yield Boost – Weekly Times Now (6/28)
    133. >Crop Growth Not Fast Enough: Study – The Himalayan (6/27)
    134. Current Yield Trends Are Not Catching Up With Population Growth – Crop Biotech Update (6/26)
    135. Demanda de Alimentos Duplicara Oferta en el 2050 – ADN (6/26)
    136. Ritmo Actual de Producción de Alimentos no Alcanzaría para Cubrir las Necesidades de 2050 – La Nacion (6/26)
    137. Producción de Alimentos Debe Crecer entre 60% y 110% para Topar la Demanda del 2050 – El Financiero (6/26)
    138. Students Build Boards, Community – Minnesota Daily (6/26)
    139. Minnesota Utilities on Track to Exceed Goals of Obama’s Climate Plan – Minnesota Public Radio (6/26)
    140. World Seen Facing Crop Shortfall on Insufficient Yields in Study – LocalFoodShift (6/25)
    141. Thế giới đối mặt với nguy cơ thiếu lương thực năm 2050 – BaoMoi.com (6/25)
    142. Thế giới đối mặt với nguy cơ thiếu lương thực năm 2050 – XaLuan.com (6/25)
    143. World Seen Facing Crop Shortfall on Insufficient Yields in Study – Meridian Institute (6/24)
    144. Crop Crisis: Why Global Grain Demand Will Outstrip Supply – Beef Central (6/24)
    145. Global Food Production Isn’t Increasing Fast Enough to Support the World’s Rapidly Growing Population – The Watchers (6/24)
    146. Doubling Food Production – The Land (6/24)
    147. Get Ready to Bust Some Heads: Population Growth Out-paces Global Food Production – Bay Area Community Exchange (6/23)
    148. Rising Crop Yields Are Not Enough to Feed 9.6 Billion People – Motherboard (6/23)
    149. Current Global Food Production Trajectory Won’t Meet 2050 Needs: Study – Zeenews.com (6/22)
    150. Current Global Food Production Trajectory Won’t Meet 2050 Needs: Study – The Siasat Daily (6/22)
    151. Global Food Production Won’t Keep Up With the World’s Growing Population, Research Warns – Planetsave (6/22)
    152. Increase In Crop Yields Insufficient To Meet Global Crop Production Needs By 2050 – Big News Network (6/21)
    153. Current Global Food Production Trajectory Won’t Meet 2050 Needs: Study – NewsTrack India (6/21)
    154. To Feed the World, We’ll Need Twice as Much Food – Minnesota Public Radio (6/21)
    155. Current Global Food Production Trajectory Won’t Meet 2050 Needs: Study – TruthDive (6/21)
    156. Current Global Food Production Trajectory Won’t Meet 2050 Needs: Study – Big News Network (6/21)
    157. La Producción Agrícola no Alcanzará para las Necesidades Mundiales en 2050 – Mundo Agropecuario (6/21)
    158. Current Global Food Production Trajectory Won’t Meet 2050 Needs: Study – Business Standard (6/21)
    159. Current Global Food Production won’t Meet 2050 Needs – The Inquisitr (6/21)
    160. World Faces a Looming Agricultural Crisis: Researchers – Newsroom America (6/21)
    161. Crop Crisis: Why Global Grain Demand Will Outstrip Supply – The Conversation (6/21)
    162. Tốc độ sản xuất lương thực toàn cầu hiện nay sẽ không đáp ứng được nhu cầu đến năm 2050 – Theo Sciencedaily (6/20)
    163. Zukunft der Ernten: Die Welt Wird Nicht Mehr Satt – Spiegel Online (6/20)
    164. Less Meat, More Plant-Based Diets Said Key to Meeting Food Demand – UPI.com (6/20)
    165. Growth in Crop Yields Inadequate to Fed the Worl by 2050 – Research – The Guardian (6/20)
    166. World Seen Facing Crop Shortfall on Insufficient Yields in Study – BloombergBusinessWeek (6/20)
    167. Crop Yields Will Not Meet 2050 Global Demand: Study – The Hindu (6/20)
    168. Crop Yields Are Insufficient To Meet 2050 Global Demands: Study – ABC Radio Australia (6/20)
    169. Crop Yields Will Not Meet 2050 Global Demand: Study – Farming UK (6/20)
    170. Crop Yield Trends Insufficient To Feed the World: Study – FoodNavigator.com (6/20)
    171. Blick in die Zukunft – DRadio (6/20)
    172. Die Ernährung der Weltbevölkerung ist in Gefahr – DRadio (6/20)
    173. Are Crop Yield Trends on Track to Meet Future Demand? – Blue & Green Tomorrow (6/20)
    174. Yield Trends Insufficient to Double Global Crop Production by 2050 – Science Codex (6/19)
    175. Current Global Food Production Trajectory Won’t Meet 2050 Needs – ScienceDaily (6/19)
    176. Yield trends insufficient to double global crop production by 2050 – EurekAlert (6/19)
    177. Want to Save the Planet? Ditch Meat, Says Study – NBC News (6/19)
    178. Fun With Stormwater – Living Green Magazine (6/19)
    179. U Research Measures ‘Crop per Drop’ – Minnesota Daily (6/12)
    180. Using ‘Nature as an Asset’ to Balance Cost Rica’s Farming With Preservation – PBS Newshour (6/10)
    181. Which Crops Are the Thirstiest? – Ag Web (6/3)
    182. Futurist Jamais Cascio Envisions a Sustainable, Resilient World – Minnesota Public Radio (5/23)
    183. Oregon’s Homegrown Export, Customized by Locale – The Chronicle of Higher Education (5/20)
    184. Ecosystems Work Best When There’s Diversity – Farm and Dairy (5/20)
    185. Bike Trek Connected Kids With Farmers – Minnesota Public Radio (5/16)
    186. Biking Minnesota’s Countryside to Show Innovation – Minnesota Public Radio (5/10)
    187. World Forum on Natural Capital 2013 in Edinburgh – The Edinburgh Reporter (5/9)
    188. Tapped Out: How Will Cities Secure Their Water Future? – National Geographic (5/8)
    189. Toba Super-volcano Catastrophe Idea ‘Dismissed’ – BBC News (4/30)
    190. Web Pick of the Week: Ensia (Environmental Solutions in Action) – Communication Arts (4/19)
    191. Dialogues on the Environment: Q&A With Gretchen Daily – Huffington Post (4/17)
    192. Four Lessons From ENSIA Live Every Nonprofit Should Live By – The Climate Code (4/15)
    193. Architect Works to Save Lives by Improving Design – Minnesota Public Radio (4/11)
    194. Sustainability Symposium Features Art – Minnesota Daily (4/8)
    195. Student Art to Headline IonE’s Sustainability Symposium – Minnesota Daily (4/1)
    196. Open the Future: Bots, Bacteria, and Carbon: My Talk at ENSIA – Open the Future (3/29)
    197. Do GMOs Yield More Food? The Answer Is in the Semantics – BoingBoing (3/29)
    198. A ‘China Dream,’ More Efficient Than the American One – Midwest Energy News (3/29)
    199. Big Names Help Hype U’s Online Course – Star Tribune (3/28)
    200. Sustainability Needs to Move From Gloom to Hope – Huffington Post (3/19)
    201. Visions of a Sustainable Future: Q&A With Jamais Cascio – Midwest Energy News (3/14)
    202. Corn Free: Cutting Back on Our Dominant Crop Is Easier Said Than Done – Grist (3/12)
    203. Rethinking Amerca’s Corn System – Organic Connections (3/9)
    204. It’s Time To Rethink America’s Corn System – Scientific American (3/5)
    205. Jon Foley Discusses Potentially Irreversible Damage to Planet – PBS Learning Media (2/25)
    206. The Wilting “Green Revolution” – Access Minnesota (2/24)
    207. Compost Nation – Huffington Post (2/20)
    208. Jon Foley on Feeding the Planet – AAAS (2/16)
    209. Environment Policy Key for Some DFLers – Minnesota Daily (2/13)
    210. Momentum Becomes Ensia – Columbia Journalism Review (2/8)
    211. Down the Drain and Into Our Lakes – Star Tribune (2/2)
    212. A Survival Guide to Geoengineering – Living Green Magazine (1/30)
    213. Saving Nature’s Greatest Spectacle From Extinction – Living Green Magazine (1/22)
    214. Prepare for Impact of Climate Change – Star Tribune (1/19)
    215. Obama’s Second-Term Options on the Environment – New York Times (1/19)
    216. Green Revolution More Focused on Feeding Cars Than People – AGCanada (1/17)
    217. Um Terço das Areas Mundias de Cultivo está com Produtividade em Queda – Midia News (1/16)
    218. Agricultura Desacelerada – Estudante (1/16)
    219. Agricultura Desacelerada – Ricardo Alfonsin Advogados (1/16)
    220. Minnesota Legislators and Scientists Team up on Climate Change – Star Tribune (1/16)
    221. Minnesota Folk Rocker/Scholar Studies Environmental Music, Plays It Too – Great Lakes Echo (1/15)
    222. We Must Improve the Efficiency of Food Production – Blue & Green Tomorrow (1/14)
    223. Um Terço das Areas Mundias de Cultivo está com Produtividade em Queda – Agro Link (1/13)
    224. B Is for Better – Living Green Magazine (1/11)
    225. Former Legislator Kate Knuth Appointed to State Environmental Quality Board– MinnPost (1/11)
    226. Staple Crops in China and India Stagnating – Radio Australia (1/7)
    227. What Is Nature Worth? – Living Green Magazine (1/3)
    228. Stagnation de la Production Mondiale de Riz et de Blé – La Press (1/3)
    1. 2012 Poised to Tie Record for Warmth – Star Tribune (12/31)
    2. In Harnessing Land, Iowa Farmer Preserves It – Star Tribune (12/29)
    3. New Study Shows Wilting of the ‘Green Revolution’ – Daily Planet (12/27)
    4. Crop Yields Stall in China, India – Asian Scientist (12/27)
    5. Study Maps Areas of Stagnating Crop Yields – Welat Kurdistan (12/27)
    6. Crop Yields Stall in China, India – Environmental Expert (12/27)
    7. Crop Yields Stall in China, India – Asian Scientist (12/27)
    8. Crop Yields Stall in China, India – SciDevNet (12/26)
    9. Study: Global Crop Production Shows Some Signs of Stagnating – Washington Post (12/24)
    10. Is the Green Revolution Wilting? – KFAI (12/20)
    11. Study Maps Areas of Stagnating Crop Yields – Voice of America (12/20)
    12. Harvests and Farmland: Unyielding – The Economist (12/19)
    13. Wheat, Rice Output Stagnating: Scientists – Newstrack India (12/19)
    14. The End of the Green Revolution – Environmental News Network (12/18)
    15. Post-Sandy, NYC Takes on Climate Change Battle – Discovery News (12/7)
    16. Post-Sandy, NYC Will Lead in Climate Change Battle, Mayor Says – LiveScience (12/6)
    17. Post-Sandy, NYC Will Lead in Climate Change Battle, Mayor Says – Yahoo! News (12/6)
    18. Scientists in Duluth Working to Solve Some of West Africa’s Vexing Problems – Duluth News-Tribune (12/6)
    19. Measuring the Value of Water Quality – Access Minnesota (11/27)
    20. ‘Social’ Package Pickups Could Cut Online Shopping’s Energy Use – Midwest Energy News (11/26)
    21. Rebecca’s Research Roundup: Water’s Value and Improving Social Networks – Minnesota Daily (11/19)
    22. Greenspace: Is Buying Local Truly Green? Rochester Post-Bulletin (11/13)
    23. IonE’s Momentum to Increase Circulation, Redesign Website – Minnesota Daily (11/13)
    24. What Sandy Says (And Doesn’t Say) About Climate Change – Popular Mechanics (11/5)
    25. Bloomberg: “It’s Global Warming, Stupid” – New Statesman (11/2)
    26. Will Sandy Change the Climate Change Conversation? – Scientific American (11/2)
    27. Weather on Steroids Is Global Warming, Stupid: Paul Barrett – Bloomberg Businessweek (11/1)
    28. Will Sandy Change the Climate Conversation? – LiveScience (11/1)
    29. After Sandy, Global Warming Panic Strikes Businessweek – The Examiner (11/1)
    30. It’s Global Warming, Stupid – Bloomberg Businessweek (11/1)
    31. Did Global Warming Cause Hurricane Sandy? – Burlington Free Press (10/31)
    32. Is Sandy a Global Warming Superstorm? Scientific American Connects the Dots – Greenpeace (10/30)
    33. Supersized Sandy Breaks Climate Silence – Oil Change International (10/30)
    34. Did Climate Change Cause Hurricane Sandy? – Scientific American (10/30)
    35. India, Social Ventures Lean Towards the Venture Side: Fred Rose – Entrepreneur (10/26)
    36. Making Change – Forbes (10/24)
    37. Agricultural Responsible Investment Principles Set for Consultation – Blue & Green Tomorrow (10/24)
    38. Micro Hydro: A New Spin on Hydropower – Mother Earth News (10/22)
    39. A Simple Fix for Farming – New York Times (10/19)
    40. New Technology for Old Locomotives: Bio-Coal Could Revive Steam Engines – Cogeneration (10/19)
    41. Sustainability, Ethics and Global Systems – The Tech (10/19)
    42. Students, Faculty Travel to Los Angeles for Sustainability Conference – Minnesota Daily (10/18)
    43. За планетарните лостове, с които ще променим света – Gorichka (10/17)
    44. Greenspace: UM Institute Looks to “Find Solutions Where They Are Needed” – Post Bulletin (10/16)
    45. University of Minnesota Developing Home-Grown Diesel Alternative – Finance & Commerce (10/16)
    46. At MIT, Dalai Lama Calls for Better Stewardship of Earth’s Resources – MIT News (10/16)
    47. Dalai Lama’s MIT Visit Prompts Dialogue on World Crises – Global Post (10/15)
    48. Confused Herring Episode 1: Fisheries – Vimeo (10/15)
    49. Crop Rotation Generates Profits Without Pollution (or, What Agribusiness Doesn’t Want You to Know) – The Equation (10/11)
    50. Minnesota, Western Wisconsin Mets’ Climate Workshop Blogs Posted – Yale Forum on Climate Change and the Media (10/11)
    51. Q&A: Dr. Jon Foley – The Wake (10/10)
    52. The Right Thing to Do – Forbes (10/10)
    53. Sustainability Leaders Bring Ideas, Solutions and Outreach to Evanston Conference – Science in Society (10/10)
    54. Q&A: Dr. Jon Foley – The Wake (10/10)
    55. New Spin on Hydropower – Living Green Magazine (10/9)
    56. U.S. Biologists Decry Funding Changes – Nature (10/9)
    57. Sustainability Leaders Bring Ideas, Solutions and Outreach to Evanston Conference – Medill Reports (10/9)
    58. Too Little Nitrogen May Restrain Plants’ Carbon Storage Capability, U of M Paper Shows – Science Codex (10/2)
    59. Too Little Nitrogen May Restrain Plants’ Carbon Storage Capability – Science Daily (10/2)
    60. Too Little Nitrogen May Restrain Plants’ Carbon Storage Capability, Research Shows – PhysOrg (10/2)
    61. Nutrients and Water: Closing Yield Gaps – Blue & Green Tomorrow (9/28)
    62. IonE Launches Sustainability Program – Minnesota Daily (9/24)
    63. Turning Points: Alaskan Author and Explorer Wants to Share America’s Last Frontier – Pioneer Press (9/22)
    64. Kraft Foods’ Third-Party Alliances Key to Sustainability Strategy – GreenBiz (9/19)
    65. The Environmental Footprint of Organic vs. Conventional Food – Washington Post (9/17)
    66. Studies Paint Different Prospects for Future Food Production – The Progressive Farmer (9/6)
    67. U Offering Cities a New Partnership to Solve Problems – Star Tribune (9/14)
    68. Whole World Can Get Food if Water and Fertilizer Used More Wisely – Times of India (9/12)
    69. Why Kraft Cares About Fair Trade Chocolate – MIT Sloan Management Review (9/12)
    70. Closing Yield Gaps Through Nutrient and Water Management – PubMed (9/7)
    71. What Is Nature Worth? – C2NN (9/7)
    72. National Geographic Photographer Shares Images – Living Green Magazine (9/7)
    73. Can We Make Plastics Sustainable? – Living Green Magazine (9/4)
    74. Da Ist Mehr Drin! – Deutschlandfunk (8/30)
    75. Hope of Greater Global Food Output, Less Environmental Impact of Agriculture– Science Daily (8/29)
    76. Global Survey Reveals Routes to Boosting Crop Yields – Nature News (8/29)
    77. Climate Change and the Food Supply – New York Times (9/6)
    78. Fertilizer and Water Use Key to Food Production and Sustainability – Environmental Research Web (9/4)
    79. Can We Make Plastics Sustainable? – Living Green Magazine (9/4)
    80. Whole World Can Get Food If Fertilizers and Water Used More Wisely: Study – Times of India (9/3)
    81. In Drought, Should Corn Be Food or Fuel? – Minnesota Public Radio (8/30)
    82. Using Fertilizer Wisely Could Help Feed 9 Billion People – Scientific American (8/29)
    83. Food vs. Fuel: Should the EPA Waive Ethanol Requirements? – Midwest Energy News (8/29)
    84. Study Shows Hope of Greater Global Food Output, Less Environmental Impact of Agriculture – Phys Org (8/29)
    85. What Is Nature Worth? – Living Green Magazine (8/28)
    86. Minnesota: The Biofuel Economy’s “Get It Done, Make It Happen State” – Biofuels Digest (8/27)
    87. Foley for America – Minnesota Monthly (8/2012)
    88. Insight: Big Food Girds for California GMO Fight – Reuters (8/16)
    89. Drought brings questions over supremacy of corn – Marketplace.org (8/10)
    90. Global Survey Reveals Routes to Boosting Crop Yields – Nature (8/29)
    91. Using Fertilizer Wisely Could Help Feed 9 Billion People – Scientific American (8/29)
    92. Hope of Greater Global Food Output, Less Environmental Impact of Agriculture– Science Daily (8/29)
    93. Jonathan Foley On Climate Change and the Future of Farming – PBS NewsHour (8/22)
    94. Is It Possible To Reverse Global Warming – MPR (8/13)
    95. Too Much Corn Is Being Wasted on Fuel- Star Tribune (8/11)
    96. Drought brings questions over corn’s supremacy – Marketplace (8/10)
    97. Do Cities Change the Weather – MPR (8/3)
    98. As Climate Changes, Organic Methods Look Like a Path to Adaptive Agriculture – MinnPost (7/31)
    99. Kate Knuth leaves legislature – TC Daily Planet (7/30)
    100. How Can We Prevent Another Dust Bowl – NY Times (7/26)
    101. Beyond 7 Billion – LA Times (7/22)
    102. Free Market Sustainability: Environmentally Sustainable? – MN 20/20 (7/18)
    103. How land-efficient is organic agriculture? – Breakthrough Blog (7/16)
    104. Jon Foley on Talk of the Nation – NPR (7/12)
    105. Finding Common Ground in Environmental Debates – NPR (7/12)
    106. MN/IA Officials Learn about Renewable Energy in Germany – KSTP (7/11)
    107. One Big Idea: Can We Feed the World… – GreenBiz (7/6)
    108. Breadbaskets and Waterhogs – The Atlantic (7/6)
    109. Keep Your Cool When Heat Goes On and On – Star Tribune (7/6)
    110. U of M Start-Up Has First Licensee for Tech – Finance and Commerce (7/6)
    111. Researchers measure role of urban greenery… – Michigan Radio (7/5)
    112. Greenspace and CO2 – Environment Report (7/5)
    113. The Suburbs Quiet War on CO2 – MPR (6/28)
    114. Carbon Exchanges in the Burbs – Star Tribune (6/28)
    115. U of M Study Highlights Importance of Suburban Plants – KSTP (6/27)
    116. How Much Planet Do We Have Left? – Co.Exist (6/14)
    117. Rainmakers for the Little Guys – Star Tribune (6/9)
    118. Applied Science – Cold Spring Shops (5/29)
    119. Coalition for Sustainable Rail to Convert World’s First Modern Steam Engine Powered With Biocoal – Clean Technica (5/29)
    120. CSR Plans to Create World’s Cleanest (and Oldest) Passenger Locomotive – Green Optimistic (5/28)
    121. Drumbeat – The Oil Drum (5/28)
    122. Classic Design Meets Fuel-efficient Power – Redorbit.com (5/28)
    123. Coalitioin Plans Cleanest Locomotive Travel – FrenchTribune (5/28)
    124. Minnesota coalition to develop a biofuel powered locomotive engine – Biofuels Digest (5/28)
    125. Biofuel Steam Locomotive Tomorrow’s Cleaner Mass Transit? TG Daily (5/27)
    126. Biofuel Steam Locomotive Tomorrow’s Cleaner Mass Transit? – Earth Techling (5/26)
    127. Organics Can’t Feed the World – Star Phoenix (5/25)
    128. Hot news in cleantech: Cable trucks and battery breakthroughs – Renew Economy (5/25)
    129. Sustainable: ‘Unlikely partnerships’ work on sustainability issues – Finance & Commerce (5/24)
    130. World’s First Carbon-Neutral Higher-Speed Locomotive – CleanTechnica (5/24)
    131. How Will We Feed World’s Growing Population? – Minnesota Public Radio (5/24)
    132. CSR project aims to create a high-speed, carbon-neutral, steam-powered locomotive – Gizmag (5/24)
    133. Steam Locomotive Will Run on Torrefied Biomass – Biomass (5/24)
    134. Captured CO2 + Geothermal = Ultra-Clean Power – The Energy Collective (5/24)
    135. U of M Develops World’s 1st Carbon-Neutral High-Speed Locomotive – KSTP (5/23)
    136. Feeding the Planet Without Destroying It – Truth About Trade & Technology (5/23)
    137. Coalition to Develop World’s Cleanest Passenger Train – R&D Magazine (5/22)
    138. Sustainable Rail International, University of Minnesota Announce Coalition to Develop the World’s Cleanest Passenger Locomotive – UMNews (5/22)
    139. Scientists Announce Coalition to Develop the World’s Cleanest Passenger Locomotive – PhysOrg (5/22)
    140. Feeding the Planet Without Destroying It – Boulder Weekly (5/22)
    141. Coalition for Sustainable Rail Plans to Create World’s First Carbon-Neutral High-Speed Train – Archinect (5/22)
    142. Historic Locomotive Hits Rail to New Use – CJOnline.com (5/22)
    143. Feeding the Planet Without Destroying It – Time (5/22)
    144. Big and Small Questions About Food – Sustainable Business Forum (5/22)
    145. Big and Small Questions About Food – Marc Gunther (5/21)
    146. Conservationists Can Learn a Lot from Religion – Star Tribune (5/20)
    147. Conservationists Can Learn a Lot From Religion – Star Tribune (5/19)
    148. Theologian to Speak at Final U of M Environmental Series Event – KSTP (5/16)
    149. University Spin-Off Plans on Using CO2 for the Extraction of Geothermal Heat- Think Geoenergy (5/16)
    150. University Spinoff Does Geothermal With a Carbon Sequestration Twist – Renewable Energy Magazine (5/15)
    151. The War Between Organic and Conventional Farming Misses the Point – Atlantic (5/14)
    152. M. Sanjayan Travels the World – KFAI (5/11)
    153. Organic Farming: Beyond the Yield Debate – Sustainable Business Forum (5/11)
    154. Can Organic Feed the World? – Agri-View (5/10)
    155. Registration Opens for 2012 Sustainability Summit at U of M – KSTP (5/9)
    156. Organic Food is Not as “Green” as You Think – Sustainable Business Forum (5/9)
    157. Big Question: What Is Nature Worth? – Big Offers (5/10)
    158. Gaining Momentum: Living Green Expo 2012 Wednesday Post (5/9)
    159. IIHS’s Social Venture Design Course; Opening Up New Vistas forEntrepreneurship – YourStory.In (5/6)
    160. The ‘Reasonable Middle’ on Climate Change – Real Clear Energy (5/4)
    161. Plant Diversity Is Key to Maintaining Productive Vegetation – RedOrbit (5/3)
    162. Research Looks at Organic Ag’s Potential – Freshwater Society (5/5)
    163. Plant Diversity Is Key to Maintaining Productive Vegetation, U of M Study Shows – Science Codex (5/3)
    164. Plant Diversity Is Key to Maintaining Productive Vegetation – ScienceDaily (5/3)
    165. Plant Diversity Is Key to Maintaining Productive Vegetation, U of M Study Shows – EurakAlert (5/3)
    166. New Study Sheds Light on Debate Over Organic vs. Conventional Agriculture – Environmental News Bits (5/3)
    167. We Already Grow Enough Food for 10 Billion People – and Still Can’t End Hunger – Huffington Post (5/2)
    168. The ‘Reasonable Middle’ on Climate Change – Grist (5/2)
    169. Scientific Consensus Stronger Than Scientists Thought? – Yale Forum on Climate Change & the Media (5/2)
    170. Can Organic Food Production Feed Australia’s Growing Population? – Science Illustrated (5/1)
    171. ‘Either-Or’ Debate Hurts Food Resources – The (Montreal) Gazette (5/1)
    172. Spreading Our Ideas – Minnesota Daily (5/1)
    173. Organic Farming Alone Can’t Feed the World, Say Researchers – International Business Times (4/28)
    174. Study: Organic Yields 25% Lower Than Conventional Farming – CNN (4/26)
    175. Are There Environmental Benefits to Organic Farming? – Redorbit.com (4/26)
    176. Whole Food Blues: Why Organic Agriculture May Not Be So Sustainable – Time (4/26)
    177. U of M Study: Organic Crop Yields 25 Pct. Lower Than Conventional Crop Yields – KSTP (4/26)
    178. Organic Farming, Carefully done, Can Be Efficient – LA Times (4/26)
    179. Going Organic Hurts Veggies, OK for Legumes – Ars Technica (4/26)
    180. Comparing the Yields of Organic and Conventional Agriculture – GMO Pundit (4/25)
    181. Study Points to Roles for Industry and Organics in Agriculture – AGree (4/25)
    182. Study Finds Organic Yields Trail Conventional Farming Methods – Minnesota Public Radio (4/25)
    183. Shedding Light on Debate Over Organic vs. Conventional Agriculture – PhysOrg (4/25)
    184. New Study Compares Organic, Conventional Yields – Feedstuffs (4/25)
    185. Organic Agriculture Produces Lower Yields Compared to Conventional Farming – Global Post (4/25)
    186. Organic Farming Isn’t Always Sustainable; Another Threat to Bees – Atlantic Wire (4/25)
    187. Organic Farms Yield Less Produce, Require More Land: Study – AFP (4/25)
    188. Study Points to Roles for Industry and Organics in Agriculture – New York Times (4/25)
    189. Organic Farms Yield Less Produce, Require More Land: Study – Democratic Underground (4/25)
    190. Are Crop Yields the Achilles Heel of Organic Farming? – Christian Science Monitor (4/25)
    191. Food: Organic Growth? – BBC News (4/25)
    192. Will Organic Food Fail to Feed the World? – Scientific American (4/25)
    193. Organic Farming Is Rarely – Enough Nature News (4/25)
    194. Comparing the Yields of Organic and Conventional Agriculture – Nature (4/25)
    195. Asian Carp; Ag Certainty; African Groundwater – Freshwater Society Blog (4/24)
    196. U of M Startup Creates Renewable Energy, Cuts Down on CO2 Emissions – KSTP (4/24)
    197. True Value: The Worth of the Environment – Living Green (4/24)
    198. TEDxUMN Conference Gets to the “Heart of Discovery” – Minnesota Daily (4/23)
    199. The Impact of Weird Weather on Our Food Supply – Inspired Bites (4/23)
    200. “Future Earth” Opens at Science Museum on Earth Day Weekend – Pioneer Press (4/21)
    201. Can We Make Plastics Sustainable? – Green-Trust (4/21)
    202. Startup Offers Game-Changing Energy Solutions That Reduce CO2 Emissions– PhysOrg (4/20)
    203. Global Food System Crisis – Blue & Green Tomorrow (4/20)
    204. U Technology to Help in Green Generation Project – Pioneer Press (4/19)
    205. Big Question: Can We Make Plastics Sustainable? – Minnesota Green Chemistry Forum (4/16)
    206. How Do You Solve a Problem Like Agriculture? – Boing Boing (4/16)
    207. TED Talk – “Terra-Culture – Farming For A Whole World” – Jon Foley Talks About The Global Challenges Of Agriculture – Hollywood Orchard (4/16)
    208. Food for the Planet: Reflections on a TED Talk by Jon Foley – Ideas for Sustainability (4/13)
    209. Woodpeckers in Love – Naturalist’s Notebook (4/12)
    210. New Polling Method Reveals Surprising Agreement Among Scientists About Climate Risk – Environmental Research Web (4/12)
    211. New Polling Method Reveals Surprising Agreement Among Scientists About Climate Risk – Carbon Based (4/12)
    212. More Than a Day – Red Wing Republican Eagle (4/12)
    213. Growing Pains – Living Green (4/12)
    214. Jonathan Foley: The Other Inconvenient Truth – Exchange Morning Post (4/9)
    215. Planet Under Pressure / Bits and Pieces – ILRI News (4/9)
    216. Can Ag Feed the World Without Destroying It? Looking for the Minnesota Answer – Minnesota Public Radio (4/9)
    217. Jonathan Foley | Profile on TED.com – TED.com (4/8)
    218. Elusive Efficiency – Living Green (4/5)
    219. National Geographic photographer on capturing nature’s extremities – MPR (4/5)
    220. U hosts sustainability competitions – Minnesota Daily (4/5)
    221. Nancy Ryan Show – AM950 (4/3)
    222. National Geographic Photographer Paul Nicklen Opens Momentum 2012 – Twin Cities Metro (4/3)
    223. Rethinking the Way We Make Things – Forbes (3/23)
    224. Green Technology: Produce That Is Feasible – New Straits Times (3/21)
    225. Top 3 Problems Millennials Need to Solve to Better the World – Policy Mic (3/20)
    226. A Wise Investment in Renewable Energy Innovation: Let’s Not Throw It Away – MinnPost (3/19)
    227. Momentum 2012 Features Environmental Speakers, Performances – KSTP (3/16)
    228. Government Funded Puppet Theater Lobbies for…More Government Funding – Freedom Foundation of Minnesota (3/16)
    229. Water Tight – Living Green (3/16)
    230. New Guidelines, Free Online Tool Advance Global Conservation With Economics – University of Florida News (3/14)
    231. Follow the Money: Politics and Puppet Shows, Part 1 – Bill Glahn (3/13)
    232. Nonfood crops to be used at new ethanol site – Pioneer Press (3/12)
    233. The ‘Most Important Questions’ in Science Policy Shortlisted – Nature (3/9)
    234. Bill would impact funding for energy research at the U – Minnesota Daily (3/8)
    235. Quick Links – Planet 3.0 Beyond Sustainability (3/8)
    236. Bill threatens to de-fund public energy research in Minnesota – Boing Boing (3/7)
    237. Tiptoeing Around Transgenics – Nature BioTechnology (3/7)
    238. What Is A Climate Pragmatist To Do In A World Where The Loudest Voices Urge Denial, Delay Or Inaction? – Climate Progress (3/7)
    239. Momentum 2012 Event Series Kicks Off Apr. 5 – MyScience (3/6)
    240. Meet Jonathan Foley, ‘Climate Pragmatist’ – New York Times (3/6)
    241. Faith Leader to Conservation Groups: ‘Who Needs Whom?’ – Yale Forum on Climate Change & the Media (3/6)
    242. Exclusive Interview: Tom Friedman on the Urgency of Climate Action and Clean Energy Deployment – Climate Progress (3/5)
    243. Woman recalls the hydroelectric power plant her father built in 1922 – Boing Boing (3/5)
    244. Way Beyond Greenwashing – Dollars & Sense (3/3)
    245. Forum to Address Energy’s Role in National Security – Midwest Energy News (3/2)
    246. How to Pull Students Into ‘Global Challenges’ Research Chronicle of Higher Education 2/28
    247. Dr. Jason Hill on the Science and Economics of Bio-fuels Sense & Sustainability 2/27
    248. Can We Eat Our Fish and Protect Them Too? Forbes (2/21)
    249. Commentary: Rescuing Wolves – Science (2/17)
    250. Universities Become Natural Leaders In Renewable Energy – Earth Techling (2/14)
    251. What Would It Take to Fix the Planet? Provocative Answers Fill U of M Magazine – MinnPost (2/13)
    252. Can Food Supply Meet Doubled Demand? – The Futurist (MA 2012)
    253. NorthStar Initiative Launches Free Corporate Sustainability Webinar Series – Environmental News Bits (2/9)
    254. Winter 2012 Issue of Momentum From UM’s Institute on the Environment – Environmental News Bits (2/9)
    255. ACHIEVEMENT – SIMSR’s Blog (2/8)
    256. Event on Retrofitting Programs for Cities, Counties and Businesses Attracts Engaged Crowd – CERTS (2/8)
    257. Science: An Operator’s Manual For Planet Earth – 350 or Bust (2/8)
    258. Universities Become Natural Leaders in Renewable Energy – Midwest Energy News (2/7)
    259. Way Beyond Greenwashing – Independent Science News (2/7)
    260. UC students create trash compactor for environmental competition – Soapbox Cincinnati (2/7)
    261. Three U teams in Acara finals – Minnesota Daily (2/3)
    262. How Do We Fix Our Food System? Experts Weigh in on This and Other Probing Questions – Audubon Magazine (2/3)
    263. U of M Hosts Corporate Sustainability Webinar Series – KSTP.com (2/3)
    264. What Would It Take To Help People and the Planet? – New Security Beat (2/1)
    265. Higher Ed Presidents, The US In Haiti With Kim Ives, Preparing For a Bigger Population – KUOW NPR (2/1)
    266. Feeding the planet without ruining the environment: Can it be done? – WTIP (1/31)
    267. Organic Trade Association busts six myths about organics – Produce News Daily (1/30)
    268. Feeding the World: Agriculture’s Done Well…So Far – Agri-View (1/26)
    269. Richard Alley on Challenges, Choices and Climate Change – Forbes (1/25)
    270. How Can We Feed the Planet Without Destroying the Planet? – GreenBiz.com (1/19)
    271. Presentation Ponders the Possibility of Feeding the World Without Destroying the Planet – Carleton News (1/19)
    272. National EPA Administrator Visits U of M, Discusses Health and Economy – KSTP(1/17)
    273. Kraft Foods Maps its Total Environmental Footprint – Green Retail Decisions (1/12)
    274. Economist Tries to Place a Dollar Value on Nature – Brainerd Daily Dispatch (1/9)
    275. GoodnessTv – Big Question: What Is Nature Worth? – Goodness TV (1/8)
    276. The Value of Nature, the Cost of an Oil Boom, Returning Sanity to the Election Process – Minnesota Public Radio (1/3)
    277. From the Editors – Water Environmental Trading News (1/3)
    278. U of M Economist Measures Nature’s Benefits With Dollars – Minnesota Public Radio (1/3)
    279. Can the World Feed Nine Billion People by 2050? – Pork Magazine (1/3)
    280. New Security Beat: What You Are Reading: Top 10 Posts for 2011 – New Security Beat (1/3)
    1. Doc Alert: Momentum Magazine – The Cost of Energy (12/31)
    2. As Climate Change Worsens, Scientists Feel Increasing Pressure to Speak Out – Inside Climate News (12/29)
    3. Production Pressure: Feeding the World by 2050 – National Agri-Marketing Association (12/22)
    4. Kraft vows to boost agricultural procurement sustainability – Procurement Leaders (12/20)
    5. Abandoned Mines May Be Key to Renewable Energy Source – KSTP (12/19)
    6. Hull Rust Mine Near Hibbing – Duluth News Tribune (12/19)
    7. Mine Pits and Wind Power Study – WDIO.com (12/19)
    8. Kraft maps full footprint, ‘from farm to fork’ – Greener Package (12/18)
    9. Kraft’s carbon emissions from plants ‘negligible’ – BakeryAndSnacks.com (12/16)
    10. Kraft Foods Studies and Publishes Its Total Environmental Footprint – Treehugger (12/16)
    11. Climate Politics and Science: A World Apart – Climate Central (12/15)
    12. Abandoned mine pits could store wind-generated energy – Minnesota Public Radio (12/15)
    13. Kraft’s Full Eco-Footprint Shows Agriculture’s Impacts – GreenBiz.com (12/15)
    14. Kraft Footprints Climate, Land, Water Impacts – Environmental Leader (12/15)
    15. Kraft Releases Sustainability Report – Food Magazine (12/15)
    16. Kraft Foods Maps Its Total Environmental Footprint – CSRwire.com (12/15)
    17. Kraft Foods Maps Its Total Environmental Footprint – Popsop.com (12/15)
    18. Kraft Foods Maps Its Total Environmental Footprint – PR Newswire (12/15)
    19. Kraft Foods Maps Its Total Environmental Footprint – Yahoo Finance (12/15)
    20. Old Mine Pits Might Help Wind Farms – Star Tribune (12/14)
    21. My 5 Favorite Events of the Year – GreenBiz (12/13)
    22. Jeremy Rifkin’s Third Industrial Revolution – Forbes (12/12)
    23. Climate Change and Other Threats to World’s Freshwater Goliaths – Science Nation (12/12)
    24. How Can We Feed the World AND Sustain the Planet? – Minnesota Public Radio (12/12)
    25. Jeremy Rifkin’s Third Industrial Revolution – Forbes (12/12)
    26. Great Lakes: Beyond the Biology – PBS NewsHour (12/9)
    27. What It’s Like Being a Scientist in the GOP-led Legislature – MinnPost (12/8)
    28. What’s It Like Being a Scientist in the GOP-led Legislature – AM 950 (12/8)
    29. Can the World Feed Itself Without Destroying Itself? – Albany Crossfit (12/8)
    30. Feeding a Growing Global Population – Earth Governance (12/5)
    31. Feeding a Growing World – YouTube (12/1)
    32. Feeding a Growing World – Stockholm Resilience Centre (11/30)
    33. U helps get vaccines to rural Africa – Minnesota Daily (11/30)
    34. Energy: Boosting Biofuel Yields – Nature Climate Change (11/28)
    35. Can We Feed the World and Sustain the Planet? – Scientific American – AlexVermeer.com (11/27)
    36. From Momentum: Chemistry Goes Green – Policy Catalyst (11/25)
    37. The Glean – MinnPost (11/23)
    38. How Minnesota’s Old Mining Pits Could Boost Wind Power – Midwest Energy News (11/22)
    39. Feeding the World in 2050 Only Possible with Major Farming Changes – SCOPE (11/22)
    40. Global Food Demand Could Double by 2050 – Peak Oil (11/22)
    41. Naturally Musical – Utne Reader (SO 2011)
    42. World Food Demand to Double by 2050, Minnesota Researchers Say – Bloomberg Businessweek (11/22)
    43. U Study: Global Food Demand Could Double by 2050 – Minnesota Public Radio (11/21)
    44. Report: Food Demand Could Double by 2050 – KSTP (11/21)
    45. Melting the Arctic: Causes and Victims Policy Catalyst (11/21)
    46. U study: Global Food Demand Could Double by 2050 – MPR (11/21)
    47. Local Man Has Plan to Feed 9 Billion – Live Green Twin Cities (11/18)
    48. How to Feed 9 Billion Without Destroying the Planet – Climate and Capitalism (11/17)
    49. Postdoctoral Scientist Positions – Environmental Research Web (11/14)
    50. How to Feed 9 Billion People Without Damaging the Planet – Environmental Research Web (11/14)
    51. 7 Billion: Still Hungry After All These Years – The Why Files (11/11)
    52. 5-point Plan to Double World’s Food Supply – Calgary Herald (11/11)
    53. How to Put a Value on Oil Damaged Life in the Gulf – NPR (11/11)
    54. IonE Makes Case for $5M Grant – Minnesota Daily (11/8)
    55. How Germany Slashes Emissions While Growing GDP – Midwest Energy News (11/7)
    56. College of Design Students Sweep Sustainability Symposium – Archinect (10/7)
    57. How Should Society Pay for Services Ecosystems Provide? – Science Daily (11/6)
    58. A Life-size Lab Chases the Wind – Star Tribune (11/5)
    59. Twin Cities to Put Urban Heat Island to the Test – Star Tribune (11/5)
    60. Paying Mother Nature for services rendered? – Junk Science (11/4)
    61. Hunters, Choose Your Ammunition With Care – Star Tribune (11/4)
    62. Global Food Security in Focus – Stockholm Environmental Institute (11/3)
    63. Melting the Arctic: Causes and Victims – MinnPost (11/1)
    64. How to Feed 7 Billion of Us Without Ruining the Planet – Grist (10/31)
    65. New Security Beat: Seven Ways Seven Billion People Affect the Planet – New Security Beat (10/31)
    66. Embracing an eco-friendly diet – The McGill Daily (10/31)
    67. Smart Farming – Foreign Policy Association (10/29)
    68. USB Ecologist’s Paper Published in Nature – Santa Barbara Independent (10/29)
    69. Students showcase research in first sustainability symposium – Minnesota Daily (10/28)
    70. Global Population to Reach Seven Billion – PRI’s The World (10/28)
    71. New Materials Turn Heat into Electricity – Live Science (10/28)
    72. More Highlights from ABS – Algae Industry Magazine (10/28)
    73. Becoming a Climate Pragmatist – Yale Media Forum (10/28)
    74. U of M Hosts US-Canada Event on Changing Arctic – KSTP (10/27)
    75. Food at First Decides to Freeze Foods to Tackle Waste – Iowa State Daily (10/27)
    76. Arctic to Be Discussed at Symposium – Rochester Post Bulletin (10/27)
    77. U of M Hosts U.S. – Canada Event on Changing Arctic – Pioneer Press (10/27)
    78. Sustainability Leaders Join Discussion on Day Three of 2011 Algae Biomass Summit – Marketwire (10/27)
    79. One in, oh, 7 billion – Science Buzz (10/27)
    80. University of Minnesota Hosts US-Canada Symposium on Changing Arctic – The Republic (10/27)
    81. U of M hosts US-Canada event on changing Arctic – Pioneer Press (10/27)
    82. ‘U’ Hosts US-Canada Event On Changing Arctic – CBS Minnesota (10/27)
    83. U of M hosts US-Canada event on changing Arctic – Bemidji Pioneer (10/27)
    84. Fear of a 7 Billion Population Planet – The Atlantic Wire (10/26)
    85. Putting a Price Tag on Ecosystem Services – Green (Living) Review (10/?)
    86. Food News Today – Food News Today (10/26)
    87. The 7 Billion – WHYY Radio (10/25)
    88. St. Anthony Falls Laboratory Makes Algae Cell Swimming Discovery – Biorefining Magazine (10/25)
    89. Food Researchers Unveil New Study – Daily Nexus (10/25)
    90. How to Feed All 7 Billion of Us Mother Nature Network (10/25)
    91. ‘U’ Unveils Wind Turbine For Electricity, Research – CBS Minnesota (10/25)
    92. U of M ‘Flips the Switch’ on Wind Turbine During Commissioning Ceremony – Rosemount Patch (10/25)
    93. U ‘Flips Switch’ on Giant Wind Turbine – KARE (10/25)
    94. Conference Highlights Renewable Energy Breakthroughs – KSTP (10/25)
    95. The 7 Billion – WHYY Radio (10/25)
    96. Fill ‘er up … With Algae? University of Minnesota Studies the Question – Pioneer Press (10/24)
    97. Algae Fuel Focus of Mpls. Conference This Week – Minnesota Public Radio (10/24)
    98. Algae Conference Comes to Minnesota – KARE (10/24)
    99. Algae Researchers Gather for Summit- KSTP (10/24)
    100. Algae Alternative Fuel Researchers Gather for Summit – KMSP (10/24)
    101. Rosemount Wind Research Station to Start Operating – Pioneer Press (10/24)
    102. U of Minn. Opens Wind Research Station – WCCO (10/23)
    103. U of M Flipping Switch On New Wind Research Station in Rosemount – KMSP (10/23)
    104. University of Minnesota Opens New Wind Research Station – FOX9 (10/23)
    105. U of Minn. Opens Wind Research Station – Minnesota Public Radio (10/23)
    106. U set to Open Wind Research Station in Rosemount – Star Tribune (10/23)
    107. NASA/GISS-RealClimate.org Scientist Gavin Schmidt Winner of AGU Communicator Award – Yale Forum on Climate Change & the Media (10/22)
    108. How to Feed Nine Billion People and the Planet Too – Triple Pundit (10/21)
    109. Editorial: Wind Turbine an Exciting Addition to Rosemount – Rosemount Town Pages (10/20)
    110. Putting a Price Tag on Ecosystem Services – Chloregy (10/20)
    111. McGill researchers involved in proposition to double world food production – McGill Daily (10/20)
    112. Scientists to Trail Carp With Robotic Boats – Columbus Dispatch (10/20)
    113. Nachwachsende Energie und satte Bäuche – das geht! – Finanz Journal (10/20)
    114. To Feed the World and Save the Planet, Eat Less Meat! (and 4 More Necessities) – CNN Global Public Square (10/19)
    115. Como alimentar a 10.000 millones de personas – Paperblog (10/19)
    116. If We Can’t Find the Carp, Maybe the Robots Can – RoboticsWire (10/19)
    117. U. of Minn. Researchers to Use $2.2M Grant to Devise Robotic Boats to Track Radio-tagged Carp – The (Columbus) Republic (10/19)
    118. Researchers Use Robots to Track Invasive Carp – WQOW (10/19)
    119. Researchers Use Robots to Track Invasive Carp – Minnesota Public Radio (10/19)
    120. Researchers to Devise Robotic Boats to Track Carp – Worthington Daily Globe (10/19)
    121. War on Invasive Carp Turning to Robotic Boats – Grand Forks Herald (10/19)
    122. Climate Solutions Need Strong Decisionmaking – Inter Press Service (10/18)
    123. Researchers Propose Five-Point Food Plan – The StarPhoenix (10/18)
    124. Food as a Game Changer- CBC Radio (10/18)
    125. Rising Food Prices – CQ Global Researcher (10/18)
    126. From Tailings to Solar Energy – Northland News (10/18)
    127. Next ‘Sustainability Supper’ Looks at Faith-based Approaches – Crookston Daily Times (10/18)
    128. If We Can’t Find the Carp, Maybe the Robots Can – Pioneer Press (10/18)
    129. Robots Will Chase, Help Eradicate Invasive Carp – Environmental Science Headlines (10/18)
    130. My Critique of “Feeding the World While Protecting the Planet” by Jon Foley’s Team – University of Minnesota – Big Picture Agriculture (10/17)
    131. Could Robotic Boats be the Answer to Invasive Carp Problems? – Bring Me the News (10/17)
    132. Mercury in fish; food sustainability – Freshwater Society Blog (10/17)
    133. U of M Scientists Use Robots to Search for Invasive Carp – KSTP (10/17)
    134. Des Chercheurs élaborent un Plan Mondial d’agriculture Durable pour Nourrir le Monde et Protéger la Planète – I-Dietatique.Pro (10/17)
    135. Feeding the World While Protecting the Planet – EarthSky (10/16)
    136. Craig Hill & Adam Witt | Co-founders of TextRA DIFTV (10/15)
    137. Food and Agriculture Reorganisation – Earth Times (10/14)
    138. Actually We Can Feed 10 Billion People. Here’s How – Green Prophet (10/14)
    139. International Research Team Designs Global Plan for Sustainable Agriculture – Farm Focus (10/14)
    140. The World Can feed Itself Without Ruining the Planet, Study Says – Iran and World (10/14)
    141. Weekly Roundup: B-Corps Get Ok’ed In CA, Alternatives To Big Banks, and Food’s Future On A Crowded Planet – Dowser (10/14)
    142. Comment nourrir 9 milliards d’humains sans détruire la planète? – Le Monde (10/14)
    143. A BIG conversation starts on ways to increase food supplies while protecting environments and eradicating hunger – ILRI Clippings (10/14)
    144. The World Can Feed Itself Without Ruining the Planet, Study Says – Christian Science Monitor (10/14)
    145. Study Suggests How to Produce Food for 2050’s Population of 9 Billion – Sustainable Plant (10/14)
    146. Comer Menos Carne Duplicaria Alimentos Estudio – Ansalatina.com (10/13)
    147. Study: Eat less meat to boost global food supply – Herald News (10/13)
    148. Scientists Reveal Plan to Double the World’s Food Supply – Vancouver Sun (10/13)
    149. Eat Less Meat to Help Double World’s Food Supply: Study – CTV.ca (10/13)
    150. Solution to World Hunger? Eat Less Meat, New Study Urges – Winnipeg Free Press (10/13)
    151. Jon Foley et al on Global Food Security – Planet 3.0 (10/13)
    152. The Planet Will House 10 Billion People, and We Can Feed Them All – Good (10/13)
    153. Supply Chain Standards Bring Clarity, Focus for Companies – Environmental Initiative (10/13)
    154. Five Ways to Feed Billions Without Trashing the Planet – Mongabay (10/13)
    155. University of Minnesota Center Develops Earth-friendly Plastics – Finance & Commerce (10/13)
    156. Doubling world’s food production target of plan – CBC News (10/13)
    157. Eat Less Meat to Help Double World’s Food Supply, Says Study to Be Featured in Nature – Global Montreal (10/13)
    158. U researcher offers ideas to feed world without ruining planet – Minneapolis Star Tribune (10/13)
    159. We Can Feed 10 Billion of Us, Study Finds—but It Won’t Be Easy – Grist (10/13)
    160. Feeding the World While Protecting the Planet – Environmental Protection (10/13)
    161. Feeding the World While Protecting the Planet – Science Codex (10/13)
    162. Five-point Plan Proposed to Feed the World in a Sustainable Fashion – E360 (10/13)
    163. Save the World, Eat Less Meat – Castanet.net (10/12)
    164. Feeding the World While Protecting the Planet – Eureka! Science News (10/12)
    165. Pour une Production Agricole plus Efficace – Canoe (10/12)
    166. Doubling World’s Food Production Target of Plan – CBC.ca (10/12)
    167. Eat Less Meat to Help Double World’s Food Supply, Says Study to be Featured in Nature – Global Montreal (10/12)
    168. Feeding the World While Protecting the Planet: Global Plan for Sustainable Agriculture – Science Daily (10/12)
    169. U of M Breakthrough in Fuel Cost, Efficiency – Fox 9 (10/12)
    170. Solutions for a Cultivated Planet – Nature (10/12)
    171. Can the World Feed Itself Without Ruining the Planet? – Cool Green Science (10/12)
    172. Deep Thinking About the Future of Food – NYT Green Blog (10/12)
    173. Sustainability and the Other Inconvenient Truth – Sustainability Advocate (10/12)
    174. Facing Planetary Enemy Number One: Agriculture – NPR (10/12)
    175. Creating a Recipe for Globally Sustainable Agriculture – Care2 (10/12)
    176. Can the World Feed Itself Without Ruining the Planet? – GreenDump (10/12)
    177. Jon Foley: How to Feed Nine Billion and Keep the Planet Too – The New Security Beat (10/12)
    178. Deep Thinking About the Future of Food – Green/NYT (10/12)
    179. A Path Toward Sustaining a “Cultivated Planet” – Dot Earth (10/12)
    180. Feed the World, Save the Planet – Scientific American (10/12)
    181. Globally Sustainable Agriculture – Santa Barbara Edhat (10/12)
    182. Maten räcker till alla 9 miljarder – SVT.se (10/12)
    183. Globally Sustainable Agriculture – Edhat (10/12)
    184. Rapport – SVT (10/11)
    185. Watch: First Impressions From the Inaugural SXSW ECO Conference – New Security Beat (10/6)
    186. Map Identifies Potential Areas for Boosting Biofuel Crop Yield – Environmental Research Web (10/6)
    187. Live from SxSW Eco: Feeding The Future Without Trashing The Planet – SxSW Eco (10/5)
    188. Entrepreneurial: U of M Student Assignments ‘to Solve the World’s Problems’ – Finance & Commerce (10/4)
    189. Study casts doubt on alternative ethanol fuel’s viability – Minnesota Public Radio (10/4)
    190. Entrepreneurship – Diversity in Focus (10/1)
    191. Using Twitter to Tap Into the Mood of the Planet – NPR (9/29)
    192. Feds Fund Novel Green Tech For Electric Cars, Solar Heat Storage – Forbes (9/29)
    193. Putting Candidates and Others on the Spot – Yale Forum on Climate Change and the Media (9/29)
    194. Lake Superior and Climate Change, part 3 – Great Lakes Echo (9/29)
    195. Students aim to help welfare of India – Minnesota Daily (9/29)
    196. Algal Biomass Organization and University of Minnesota to Show Algae’s Future in the Northern Climate – MarketWatch (9/28)
    197. Lake Superior and Climate Change, part 2 – Great Lakes Echo (9/28)
    198. VIDEO: Lake Superior and Climate Change, part 1 – Great Lakes Echo (9/27)
    199. A World Without Oil – The Oil Drum (9/24)
    200. A World Without Oil – Foreign Policy Blogs (9/23)
    201. Silver Buckshot – Science Buzz (9/23)
    202. The Other Inconvenient Truth: How Agriculture is Changing the Face of Our Planet – America’s Feast (9/22)
    203. Rethinking Land Use for Biofuels – Twin Cities Planet (9/22)
    204. The Other Inconvenient Truth – America’s Feast (9/22)
    205. Video: Rethinking land use for biofuels – IATP (9/21)
    206. Research addresses global agricultural intensity improvements – Biodiesel Magazine (9/21)
    207. Study Finds Closing Yield Gaps Worldwide Would Boost Biofuels Production Without Clearing More Land – Biofuels Journal (9/19)
    208. Video: MN2020: Rethinking Land Use for Biofuels – iPolitics 360 (9/17)
    209. Center for Sustainable Polymers gets major grant for research on environment-friendly plastics – Policy Catalyst (9/16)
    210. U of M Study Highlights Potential for Boosting Biofuel Crop Production – Hutchinson Leader (9/15)
    211. Looking at the River With ‘New Eyes‘ – Quad City (9/13)
    212. An Eyesore, Used to Justify Another One – Star Tribune (9/8)
    213. Heating Up to Cool Down – Morris Sun-Tribune (9/3)
    214. Biofuels Policy Supported, but More Needs to Be Done – Prairie Business Magazine (9/2)
    215. Sept. 14 Conference at U of M to Explore Biofuels and Land Use – myScience (9/2)
    216. University of Minnesota Project Aims to Cut Solar Energy Costs – Finance & Commerce (8/31)
    217. ‘Neighborhood of Raingardens’ Documentary Features Minneapolis Community – KSTP (8/29)
    218. How Will Corn and Soybean Farmers Feed a Growing Population? – Corn & Soybean Digest (8/29)
    219. Why We Should Put a Price Tag on Ecosystem Services – Environmental News Network (8/17)
    220. U of M Team Studies Education, Sustainability in Arctic Circle – KSTP.com (8/16)
    221. Gymnastics Competition Goes Green – Star Tribune (8/15)
    222. Coping With Change – Yale Forum on Climate Change & the Media (8/15)
    223. @work: Water for all – VitaMN (8/11)
    224. Clark Labs Receives $1.8 Million Grant from the Moore Foundation to Develop Land Management Software – Directions Magazine (8/10)
    225. An Economist for Nature Calculates the Need for More Protection – New York Times (8/9)
    226. University of Minnesota Awards $4.1 Million in IREE Grants – Campus Technology (7/28)
    227. Buzz building for new method of energy conversion – Finance & Commerce (7/27)
    228. U of M Initiative for Renewable Energy and the Environment awards $4.1 million to 20 energy projects – myScience (7/19)
    229. Could One Company’s Waste Become Another’s Treasure? – Finance & Commerce (7/13)
    230. University of Minnesota Researchers Find New Way to Generate Geothermal Energy – Finance & Commerce (7/12)
    231. Dirty Indoor Air Linked to Blood Pressure – UPI (7/12)
    232. Dirty indoor air linked to blood pressure – Talk1200 Boston (7/12)
    233. Secondhand Smoke Is Worse for Boys – Community Magazine (7/5)
    234. Diet for a Low-Carbon Planet By Alan S. Miller – Living Green (7/5)
    235. Somaiya College Whiz Kids Make Food-testing Kit – Mid Day (7/3)
    236. U of M Researchers Contribute to World-wide Plant Trait Database – KSTP (6/29)
    237. Researchers Contribute to Global Plant Database, Expanding Ecosystems Research – Science Daily (6/29)
    238. U of M researchers contribute to global plant database that will expand research on ecosystems and climate change – myScience (6/29)
    239. U of M researchers contribute to global plant database, expanding ecosystems research – PhysOrg (6/29)
    240. Record Food Prices Linked to Biofuels – Technology Review (6/17)
    241. Cities Prepare for Climate Change – Twin Cities Planet (6/16)
    242. U of M Researchers Aim Startup at Carbon Reduction, More Efficient Geo-thermal Heat Capture – The Line (6/16)
    243. How ‘Cash for Clunkers’ Could Rev Our Engines – Star Tribune (6/16)
    244. Time to End Congress’ “Crystal Eth” Addiction, With a Big Push on “Good” Ethanol – CBS Business Network (6/15)
    245. Geothermal Energy Just Became a Serious Option – Finance Blog (6/15)
    246. Geothermal Power System Helps Climate Change – Earth Techling (6/15)
    247. Cities Prepare for Climate Change – MN 2020 (6/15)
    248. Preserving nature is good business, group argues – Finance & Commerce (6/14)
    249. Is sustainability sustainable? – Star Tribune (6/12)
    250. Researchers Develop a More Efficient Approach to Extracting Geothermal Energy – OilPrice.com (6/10)
    251. Geothermal Technology Offers Path to Curbing CO2 Emissions, Global Warming – Huffington Post (6/10)
    252. A Better Geothermal System – Before It’s News (6/9)
    253. Good Question: How Does China’s Energy Use Affect Us? – CBS Minnesota (6/9)
    254. A Better Geothermal System – New Energy and Fuel (6/9)
    255. A Winning Solution for Renewable Energy and CO2 Reduction? – Gizmag (6/9)
    256. Best of Both Worlds: Geothermal Energy That Sucks CO2 From The Atmosphere – Fast Company (6/8)
    257. CO2-Based Geothermal System Lowers Emissions: Enviro News – Enviro News (6/8)
    258. Replacing Water With CO2, New Geothermal Scheme Sequesters While It Generates – Popular Science (6/7)
    259. Geothermal Technology Packs One-Two Punch Against Climate Change – R&D (6/7)
    260. Novel Geothermal Technology Packs a One-Two Punch Against Climate Change – Science Daiy (6/7)
    261. Two Birds With One Stone – Midwest Energy News (6/6)
    262. Novel Geothermal Technology Packs a One-Two Punch Against Climate Change – PhysOrg,com (6/6)
    263. Novel Geothermal Technology Packs a One-Two Punch Against Climate Change – e! Science News (6/6)
    264. Geothermal Energy System Would Use CO2 – UPI (6/6)
    265. Making the Most of DDGS – Ethanol Producer Magazine (6/6)
    266. Summer Job: Build a Cell Network in India – Star Tribune (6/5)
    267. A Warming Planet Struggles to Feed Itself – International Herald Tribune (6/4)
    268. Damaging the Earth to Feed Its People – New York Times Green Blog (6/4)
    269. How Can We Put a Value on Ecosystem Services? – GOOD (6/4)
    270. A Warming Planet Struggles to Feed Itself – New York Times (6/4)
    271. Inside Track – Star Tribune (6/4)
    272. Deutsche Energiefirmen wagen den Hoffnungslauf – Manager Magazin (6/1)
    273. Environmental Link to Childhood Hypertension Established – Medscape (5/31)
    274. Room for Debate: A Running Commentary on the News – New York Times (5/19)
    275. Reforesting Rural Lands in China Pays Big Dividends, Researchers Say – Science Daily (5/12)
    276. QS – Quotidiano Sanità: Scienza e Farmaci – Vivere con un… – Quotidiano Sanità (5/3)
    277. “The City, the River, the Bridge” offers a new perspective on the bridge collapse (1/29)
    278. U of M looks for new sources of energy (1/27)
    279. Fresh faces in ‘Frontiers’ lecture series at the U – MN Daily (1/26)
    280. Can eating less meat curb climate change? – The Daily Climate (1/19)
    281. Energy Could Be a Key Area of Cooperation for the U.S. and China – TIME (1/18)
    282. Upcoming exhibit: Future Earth – Science Buzz (1/18)
    283. U of M explorers start ‘Earthducation’ tour of the world – KARE 11 (1/17)
    284. Green tech finds (1/13/11) – SUNfiltered (1/13)
    285. U of M Institute on the Environment’s Dialogue Earth project taps creativity of the crowd to create factual, fun science videos – UNews (1/10)
    286. Green Chemistry: Could Minnesota industry, scientists lead the way? – Daily Planet (1/9)
    287. Biofuel grasslands for the birds – Discovery News (1/7)
    288. Which method of shopping is considered the greenest? – The Daily Reporter (1/6)
    289. IonE–sponsored team to set out on seven-continent education expedition Jan. 7 – UNews (1/5)
    290. Green energy first: New York firm seeks tidal power plant in East River – Christian Science Monitor (1/3)
    291. New Tech May Optimize Wind Turbines – EarthTechling (1/3)
    1. Go Green: Which method of shopping is the greenest? – My Suburban Life (12/23)
    2. New ideas enhance efficiency of wind turbines – ChemInfo (12/22)
    3. A report from E3 2010: The Midwest’s Premier Energy, Environment and Economic Conference – ChEnected (12/14)
    4. New machine simulates the sunlight of more than 3,000 suns – MNDaily (12/10)
    5. What is Nature Worth? – Treehugger (12/9)
    6. Has VG Energy stumbled on the elusive algae “lipid trigger”? – Energy Boom (12/9)
    7. U makes strides toward wind energy – MN Daily (12/2)
    8. Global warming burning lakes? – National Geographic News (12/2)
    9. U of M students attending climate talks hope for progress – MPR (12/1)
    10. U of M students blog from Cancun climate summit – MPR (11/30)
    11. Advocate seeks new directions on energy – Pioneer Press (11/30)
    12. Syracuse University, UM Researchers Improve Wind Turbine Efficiency – Daily Tech (11/22)
    13. U of M to host Midwest’s premier enery, economic and environmental conference Nov. 30-Dec. 1 – UNews (11/18)
    14. University hosts forum on effects of dams on rivers – MNDaily (11/12)
    15. Putting Classroom Theory into Practice – Worldwatch (11/11)
    16. Study: Farming affects carbon levels – MNDaily (11/9)
    17. Nature’s carbon reservoirs declining, warns study by universities of Minnesota and Wisconsin – MinnPost (11/4)
    18. Expanding croplands chipping away at world’s carbon stock – Media Newswire (11/1)
    19. Clearing tropical forests is a lose-lose – NewScientist (11/1)
    20. UW study details trade-off of growing crops, climate change – JSOnline (11/1)
    21. Expansion of cropland is stretching earth’s ability to store carbon – Yale 360 (11/2)
    22. Expanding croplands chipping away at world’s carbon stocks – Science News (11/2)
    23. Expanding croplands chipping away at world’s carbon stocks – UNews (11/1)
    24. Earth losing its ability to store carbon – MPR (11/1)
    25. Names you need to know in 2011: Natural Capital Project – Forbes (10/29)
    26. St. Kate’s students competing in social enterprise competition – MN Campus Compact (10/27)
    27. 10 big green ideas – Newsweek (10/18)
    28. Starr, students discuss Uganda – The Lariat Online (10/13)
    29. U of M Morris to fire up a new green energy system – WCCO (10/6)
    30. Maroon, gold and green – MN Daily (9/22)
    31. Riverbend programs focus on sustainability – Republican Eagle (9/22)
    32. Innovation of the Week: The Acara Institute – Leader to Leader (9/16)
    33. IonE sponsors bioenergy conference – MN Daily (9/16)
    34. Biofuels focus of energy congerence in Minneapolis – MPR (9/13)
    35. Minnesota farmer battles Gulf ‘dead zone’ – CNN (8/28)
    36. All Consuming – SEED (8/23)
    37. “All consuming:” U of M’s Momentum on population, health, environment, and more – The New Security Beat (8/23)
    38. Are these small dogs more eco-friendly than your lab? – Grist (8/20)
    39. Big wind-power project coming to Rosemount – Finance & Commerce (8/20)
    40. U of M receives $10M grant to study climate change – Minnesota Public Radio (8/20)
    41. U of M team to lead $10M NSF project on the study of global climate change – R&D (8/19)
    42. Making Waves – New Scientist (8/10)
    43. Wind-to-battery project is considered a success – Daily Globe (8/6)
    44. Xcel looks to store excess wind energy in giant batteries – Pioneer Press (8/3)
    45. Asking ‘What if?’ and ‘Why not?’ about the riverfront – Star Tribune (8/1)
    46. Rosemount turbine won’t get much of a breeze – Star Tribune (7/30)
    47. Expert: Win climate change debate by easing off science – Post Independent (7/30)
    48. U of M project one of 15 picked for DOE funding – Finance & Commerce (7/23)
    49. Viral Genetics Appoints Biofuel Specialist to Advisory Board – Electric Light & Power (7/20)
    50. Community notebook: Riverfront visions – Downtown Journal (7/16)
    51. Long-term environmental implications of the gulf oil spill – Minnesota Public Radio (7/14)
    52. Great lake warms up – Star Tribune (7/9)
    53. U students win 2010 Acara Challenge – Minnesota Daily (6/30)
    54. Minnesota NISE brings together academic, business for sustainability effort – Mpls-St. Paul Business Journal (6/18)
    55. A lesson from smallpox: You can fix the system – MPR (6/15)
    56. Minnesota plant will produce fertilizer from wind – AP (6/10)
    57. Companies can cash in on improved utility grid – Pioneer Press (6/9)
    58. MCR&PC and IREE join forces on five value-added ag research projects – Minnesota Corn Growers (6/7)
    59. Student social entrepreneurs plan new company to bring biogas services to rural India – The Line (6/2)
    60. UM Research to Turn Farm Trash into Fuel – Fox9 (6/1)
    61. Acara Challenge 2010: Eight Social Business Ideas- Next Billion (5/20)
    62. U of M Institute invites industry to help set environmental research priorities – MinnPost (5/17)
    63. Earth in the Balance: 7 Crucial Tipping Points – Live Science (5/17)
    64. Report: More work needed on Minnesota’s green economy – Star Tribune (5/12)
    65. Chemistry professors awarded IREE grant for solar cell research – UMM News (5/12)
    66. Acara Institute : Creating sustainable social businesses – Your Story (5/6)
    67. The Other Inconvenient Truth – SEED (reprinted from E360) (5/4)
    68. Proposals sprout from new program – Minnesota Daily (5/3)
    69. Charting the Frozen Continent – Boing Boing (5/2)
    70. Planet Doom – New Republic (4/28)
    71. Water for Mulobere Documentary Premieres in Coffman – Minnesota Daily (4/27)
    72. Agriculture emits more greenhouse gas than transportation – EarthSky News (4/26)
    73. Initiative for Renewable Energy and the Environment awards over $5.1 million – Bio-Based News (4/22)
    74. Good Question: Is The Earth Better Since Earth Day? – WCCO-TV (4/22)
    75. IREE awards $3.7M to university energy projects – Minnesota Daily (4/20)
    76. Documentary “Water for Mulobere” premieres April 27 at the University of Minnesota – UNews (4/16)
    77. University of Minnesota’s David Tilman wins Heineken Prize – MinnPost (4/15)
    78. Video warns of environmental dangers ahead – MinnPost (4/1)
    79. Study warns of environment tipping points – UPI (3/29)
    80. Video: Have we pushed earth past the tipping point? – Climate Progress (3/26)
    81. Climate Change Just One Of Earth’s Critical Problems – Newsroom American (3/24)
    82. $8 million award to aid in wind turbine research – Minnesota Daily (3/22)
    83. A bright idea in the states’ rights fight? – Star Tribune (3/16)
    84. Deodorant maker fouls the air – The Environment Report (3/16)
    85. Communicating “green” one rain garden at a time – School of Journalism & Mass Communication (3/13)
    86. U of M speaker says global land use must be considered in biofuel debate – AgriNews.com (3/11)
    87. U Researcher: Public is key to environmental success – Minnesota Daily (3/10)
    88. Limiting school choice in St. Paul: But at what cost? – Pioneer Press (3/9)
    89. Slow down, green movement – Minnesota Daily (3/3)
    90. Biofuel breakdown – The Scientist (3/1)
    91. As the turbine blades turn – Star Tribune (2/28)
    92. Algae based fuel is not a silver bullet – Triple Pundit (2/23)
    93. Global Sustainable Bioenergy Project offers a new approach to key bioenergy issues – Wiley Interscience (2/24)
    94. New rules on corn ethanol may hurt environment – Reuters (2/17)
    95. Is Ethanol from Corn Bad for the Climate? – Scientific American (2/12)
    96. Climate and Energy – The Hidden Stories – The Why Files (2/11)
    97. Solar Research Goes Thermal – Minnesota Daily (2/10)
    98. Algae as Biofuel Still Rough Around the Edges – Science News (1/26)
    1. Down to Earth – Minnesota Magazine
    2. Just Asking…David Tilman – MSP Magazine
    3. Farming Strides Toward Sustainability – Science (1/12)
    4. Food crops for biofuels may reap less – Science Daily (1/15)
    5. Biofuel crop yields overestimated – Food Product Design (1/15)
    6. Global feedstock yields are overestimated – Ethanol Producer Mag (1/16)
    7. Sheehan joins UMN Institute on the Environment – Biodiesel Mag (1/16)
    8. Sheehan joins Institute on the Environment – Ethanol Producer Mag (1/16)
    9. Institute announces partnership with climate change NGO – MN Daily (1/26)
    10. University professor to be featured on NewsHour segment – MN Daily (1/28)
    11. Iowa: Corn and Climate – Climate Central (1/28)
    12. Biofuels interview with Todd Reubold – Everything Green Radio (1/31)
    13. Biofuels more harmful to humans than petrol/diesel – The Guardian (2/2)
    14. U study: Corn ethanol no better than gas – Star Tribune (2/2)
    15. Cellulosic Ethanol May Slow Climate Change – Science Daily (2/3)
    16. Is ethanol really all it’s cracked up to be? – MN Daily (2/3)
    17. U of M Ethanol Study – WCCO-AM (2/3)
    18. U study: Corn ethanol no better than gas – Rochester Post-Bulletin (2/3)
    19. Cellulosic ethanol scores high – UMNews (2/3)
    20. U study: Corn ethanol no better than gas – KARE-11 (2/3)
    21. Cellulosic ethanol gets boost from new research – Biofuel Review (2/3)
    22. Ethanol study raises questions – INFORUM (2/4)
    23. New Study Tallies Corn Ethanol Costs – NYTimes.com (2/5)
    24. Biofuels at the U: From crops to your car – MN Daily (2/9)
    25. New study praises corn as source for ethanol – Star Tribune (2/9)
    26. Biofuels boom could fuel rainforest destruction – Stanford News (2/17)
    27. Corn Ethanol: A Health Warning – MIT Technology Review (2/17)
    28. UM research fuels growth in biofuels – Duluth News Tribune (2/23)
    29. Challenges of corn ethanol make sugar attractive – Daily Comet (2/23)
    30. UMD Global Great Lakes Project selected – BusinessNorth.com (3/4)
    31. UMD Program Receives Financial Boost – KBJR-TV (3/4)
    32. Good mix: Corn plants and ethanol plants – Morris Sun Tribune (3/6)
    33. EPA tests the “green” value of ethanol – Minnesota Public Radio (3/9)
    34. Student group gets $50,000 boost – MN Daily (3/22)
    35. U of M awards $4.85M for energy projects – MSP Business Journal (3/23)
    36. U of M Funds Energy Projects – Twin Cities Business (3/23)
    37. Minnesota tests nation’s first wind-to-battery storage – MN Daily (3/31)
    38. Research Fuels Growth In Biofuels – The Chief Engineer (4/2)
    39. Cities write sustainability into public policy – Pioneer Press (4/5)
    40. Growing Role for New Media – Yale Forum on Climate Change/Media (4/6)
    41. IREE awards $4.85 million in large grants – Wis. Bioenergy Initiative (4/9)
    42. Pond full of scum produces tank full of cheap diesel – Star Tribune (4/13)
    43. Biodiversity decline a threat – Mankato Free Press (4/17)
    44. Adding fuel to fire – Financial Chronicle (4/20)
    45. Good Question: Conservation – Is It Working? – WCCO-TV (4/22)
    46. Wind power: Tunnel vision at U – Star Tribune (5/1)
    47. House powered entirely by sun – Minnesota Daily (5/4)
    48. Students Building House Powered Entirely by Sun – FOX News (5/5)
    49. U of M Students Team Sprint To Finish Solar House – WCCO-TV (5/9)
    50. Algae project removes toxins, produces biomass – Biomass Mag (5/12)
    51. As nanotechnology hits the marketplace, safety is a growing issue – MinnPost.com (5/14)
    52. U.S. can benefit from coal, biomass fuels – Biomass Mag (5/20)
    53. Evolutionary Processes In Species Coexistence And Diversity Revealed – Science Daily (5/20)
    54. Evolutionary processes in species coexistence – Science Centric (5/22)
    55. Ethanol: On Beyond Corn – Cattle Network (5/27)
    56. Consortium wins $93 million NOAA climate institute – UMD Newsdesk (5/28)
    57. The End of Plenty – National Geographic
    58. Incentives giving solar projects a bright boost – Star Tribune (6/4)
    59. The fastest car under the sun – Star Tribune (6/8)
    60. U Solar Vehicle Project sees a sunny future – MN Daily (6/9)
    61. Are Fuel Cells Key to Solar Thermal Technology? – Greentech Media (6/16)
    62. Trophy hunting hurts big cat populations – Minnesota Public Radio (6/17)
    63. Old systems stall wind power progress – St. Cloud Times (6/22)
    64. Biofuel Showdown: Should Domestic Ethanol Producers Pay for Deforestation Abroad? – Scientific American (6/25)
    65. Nanotechnology: Revolution & pollution – Bloomington Alternative (6/28)
    66. Information from deep in Lake Superior – Duluth News Tribune (6/28)
    67. Winners and losers emerge in climate bill – KSTP-TV (6/29)
    68. Lion prides form to win turf wars – BBC News (6/29)
    69. Students build solar house for international competition – Minnesota Public Radio (6/30)
    70. From the Sewage Plant, The Promise of Biofuel – Yale Environ. 360 (7/1)
    71. Carbon Big Foot – Newsweek (7/7)
    72. Biomass challenge: Balancing supply with demand – Agri News (7/7)
    73. U of M Competes In First Solar Decathlon – WCCO News (7/9)
    74. Beneficial Biofuels: Experts Reach Consensus – Science Daily (7/16)
    75. Pond scum finally gets some respect as oil resource – Star Tribune (7/16)
    76. Consensus Position on “Beneficial Biofuels” – Green Car Congress (7/19)
    77. The wisdom of crowds – Nature (7/30)
    78. 2007 legal opinion is a threat to imperiled species – USA Today (8/3)
    79. Reality Pricks Corn Ethanol’s Bubble – Miller-McCune (8/6)
    80. Cows, Congress and climate change – Pioneer Press (8/13)
    81. Biocrude: algae-produced gas possible alternative to fossil fuels – Finance and Commerce (8/21)
    82. Interest grows in turning algae into motor fuel – Star Tribune (8/24)
    83. U of M researchers developing high-oil content corn – Agri News (8/25)
    84. Senate Ag Committee examines biofuel’s future – Brownfield (8/28)
    85. Algae-produced gas a possible alternative to fossil fuels – The Daily Reporter (8/28)
    86. Siouxland senators look to grow ethanol industry – KTIV Channel 4 (9/1)
    87. Pond Scum Turning Raw Sewage into Biofuel – Earthbeat Radio (9/1)
    88. Study makes dire prediction for MN forests – Minnesota Public Radio (9/15)
    89. Solar-powered house is headed to national contest – Star Tribune (9/15)
    90. Gender-Bending Fish Widespread In U.S. – National Public Radio (9/16)
    91. Chasing the sun: U of M enters energy decathlon – MinnPost (9/17)
    92. Biodiesel refinery in Isanti is ready to rev – Star Tribune (9/29)
    93. Reconciling Clean Energy and Conservation – The New York Times (10/1)
    94. A Timely Reminder of the Real Limits to Growth – Yale Environment 360 (10/1)
    95. Another Inconvenient Truth – Scientific American (10/2)
    96. In Search of Wildlife-friendly Biofuels – Michigan Tech News (10/2)
    97. The Other Inconvenient Truth – Yale Environment 360 (10/5)
    98. Is sustainable agriculture possible? – EarthSky (10/5)
    99. U collaborates with National Park Service – Minnesota Daily (10/13)
    100. University of Minnesota gets $8M grant to study wind – Twin Cities Business Journal (10/15)
    101. U gets funding for wind-energy research – MinnPost (10/15)
    102. U of M receives $8 million for wind energy research – Minnesota Public Radio (10/16)
    103. U of M places fifth overall in Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon – UMNews (10/16)
    104. Can Biotech Food Cure World Hunger? – The New York Times (10/26)
    105. U of M spin-out wins $2.2M federal grant – Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal (10/26)
    106. Smart Grid Technologies of Tomorrow Get DOE Funding – Smart Grid News (10/26)
    107. BioCee Inc. wins big DOE grant – Star Tribune (10/26)
    108. U of M researchers receive grant to use bacteria for biofuels – Minnesota Public Radio (10/27)
    109. DOE funds extreme research projects – Mother Nature Network (10/27)
    110. New Form of Solar Energy: Direct Solar Fuel – Greentech Media (10/28)
    111. Learning Green Home Cleaning at the U of M – Fox 9 News (10/28)
    112. ARPA-E – are its energy projects crazy or revolutionary? – Christian Science Monitor (11/2)
    113. U of M piling up stimulus funds with $211M so far – MinnPost (11/4)
    114. Geothermal grants heat up in Minnesota – MinnPost (11/4)
    115. Global Warming’s Evil Twin: Agricultural Land Use – Change.org (11/6)
    116. Thinking small is BioCee’s big idea – Star Tribune (11/15)
    117. Population rise sparks hunt for new energy – Emirates Business (11/15)
    118. Experts gather in St. Paul for renewable energy conference – Minnesota Public Radio (11/17)
    119. What Is the Right Number to Combat Climate Change? – Scientific American (11/30)
    120. How Can Humanity Avoid or Reverse the Dangers Posed by a Warming Climate? – Scientific American (11/30)
    121. Greenhouse Gas Pumped to Boost Clean Energy – Discovery News (12/29)
    122. Race is on for $2 million in green energy grant money – Minnesota Public Radio (12/18)
    123. Carbon: from pollutant to potential resource – The Ecologist (12/17)
    124. Copenhagen climate change conference enters its final days – Minnesota Public Radio (12/17)
    125. Why Is Everybody Getting So Upset About Soil? – The New Republic (12/14)
    126. Planning to use more renewable energy – Agri News (12/10)
    127. Breathing easier about plant biodiversity – MinnPost (12/4)
    128. Bugs engineered to make biofuels – Living on Earth (12/3)
    1. Minnesota’s rural economy positioned for gains – MinnPost (1/10)
    2. Ethanol from corn: a solution to oil dependence? – UN Chronicle (1/11)
    3. From pond scum to your tank – Star Tribune (1/14)
    4. Trip to Norway inspired Ellison of peace department – Star Tribune (1/14)
    5. Algae has potential as a source of oil – United Press International (1/15)
    6. Oil’s impact on renewable fuel development – The Farmer (1/15)
    7. Biomass into fuel boosts ethanol efficiency – Daily Commercial News (1/16)
    8. Grant helps fuel biodiesel research – Minnesota Monitor (1/16)
    9. Pond scum may fuel your car – Kare11 (1/17)
    10. Global warming’s pressing moral question – MinnPost (1/18)
    11. Future of wildlife might be linked to biofuels – Star Tribune (1/19)
    12. Xcel Energy rescues algae biofuel project – MNDaily (1/23)
    13. Green is in – and always has been – MNDaily (1/28)
    14. Candidates and climate change – Minnesota Monitor (1/31)
    15. Fossil fuels & nitrogen fertilizer reducing plant species – UNews (2/6)
    16. Biofuels are Bad for Feeding People and Combating Climate Change – Scientific American (2/7)
    17. Ethanol: More Harm than Good? – Star Tribune (2/7)
    18. Food-Based Biofuels Can Spur Climate Change Study – Reuters (2/7)
    19. Converting pristine lands to biofuel farms worsens global warming – UNews (2/7)
    20. Clearing land for biofuels makes global warming worse – NGN (2/7)
    21. Biofuel: bad for the environment? – ABC News (2/7)
    22. Studies Say clearing land for biofuels will aid warming – Washington Post (2/8)
    23. Biofuels: it’s not easy being green – NBC Nightly News (2/8)
    24. Biofuels deemed a greenhouse threat – The New York Times (2/8)
    25. Biofuels may Hinder Antiglobal-Warming Efforts – Wall Street Journal (2/8)
    26. Studies Say Clearing Land for Biofuels Will Aid Warming – Washington Post (2/8)
    27. Algae Could be the Next Cleaner, Greener Fuel – WCCO (2/9)
    28. Doing it wrong – Newsweek (2/11)
    29. Greenhouse affect – Wall Street Journal (2/13)
    30. U solar cell research is a hot topic – KMSP Fox9 (2/19)
    31. Best Plants for Biofuels – KMSP Fox9 (2/20)
    32. Storing Wind Power in Batteries – KMSP Fox9 (2/21)
    33. Turning Algae into Fuel – KMSP Fox9 (2/22)
    34. What upsets the nitrogen balance? – Down to Earth
    35. U researchers find bacteria can generate electricity – Channel 5 News (3/3)
    36. Feed vitamins to bacteria to increase electrical output – DailyTech (3/4)
    37. U discovers key for converting waste to electricity – Innovations Report (3/5)
    38. Birth control pills spark an environmental debate – Greater Reporter (3/9)
    39. Pharmaceuticals found in U.S. drinking water – 5 Eyewitness News – (3/10)
    40. UMD research from satellite height to ground level – Northlands News (3/13)
    41. Bugs, birds, critters and plants overtaking the landscape – MinnPost (3/14)
    42. Birth control pills spark debate over environment – Star Telegram (3/15)
    43. Minnesota, Norway and a clean-energy future – Star Tribune (3/18)
    44. Riboflavin is fuel for some bacteria – United Press International (3/18)
    45. Time Magazine on clean energy – TIME (3/27)
    46. Land-use studies may effect policy – Ethanol Producer Mag
    47. World cooling on biofuel solution to climate change – AFP (4/1)
    48. Soybean groups, U mend fences – Star Tribune (4/1)
    49. Getting warmer, and little steps aren’t enough – Pioneer Press (4/11)
    50. Tesco Green Fuel adds to climate change – Times Online (4/14)
    51. Biofuel: the burning question – The Independent (4/15)
    52. Scientists weigh in on biofuels vs. food debate – Popsci.com (4/16)
    53. King corn: food or fuel? – News VOA (4/24)
    54. Rising cost of food result of unintended consequences – Post-Bulletin (4/30)
    55. Energy initiative delivers on promise to promote collaboration – BIO
    56. Storing wind energy in a bottle – Star Tribune (5/4)
    57. Students compete in international LEGO competition at the U – UNews (5/4)
    58. Researchers debate what we know about green fuels – MPR (5/7)
    59. U Solar Team shows off newest car – Kare11 (5/8)
    60. U Solar Car ready to race – UNews Video (5/8)
    61. The relative merits of alternative fuel still hotly debated – CBC News (5/13)
    62. Haven for birds still harbors chemical poison – Chicago Tribune (5/24
    63. Biofuels in the future – Biomass Magazine (6/1)
    64. U dedicates new ecology research facility at Cedar Creek – UNews Video (6/2)
    65. Bill on climate change stalls under GOP filibuster – Star Tribune (6/6)
    66. IREE announces renewable energy scholarship winners – UNews (6/6)
    67. Good Question: Are we making flooding worse? – WCCO (6/19)
    68. U researcher says algae an answer to nation’s energy needs – MPR (6/27)
    69. Price still not set on land designated for state park – Star Tribune (6/28)
    70. UMC awarded grant for demonstration garden – Grand Forks Herald (7/13)
    71. A blooming solution to the gas crisis? – Star Tribune (7/14)
    72. U hopes to shine in solar-powered car race – Pioneer Press (7/14)
    73. Minnesotans need to drive less to exceed 2025 clean-air goal – Star Tribune (7/22)
    74. Study: Minnesota’s emissions goals achievable – TwinCities.com (7/22)
    75. Possible to reduce emissiona by 30% by 2025 – Science Daily (7/22)
    76. U Study: greenhouse gas goals achievable – MPR (7/22)
    77. New Institute on the Environment head named – MN Daily (7/24)
    78. Texas to Alberta using the sun: U car finishes fifth – Star Tribune (7/24)
    79. U environmental institute has chief – Pioneer Press (7/25)
    80. A look at the impacts of the I-35W Bridge collapse – UNews (7/29)
    81. Good Question: What’s changed since the collapse? – WCCO (8/1)
    82. Critical Mention: U class examines 35W Bridge collapse – KMSP-TV (8/1)
    83. UW-Madison scientist accepts offer from U – Wisconsin State Journal (8/5)
    84. U scores well in new “green” ratings – MN Daily (8/6)
    85. FDA issues guidelines for genetically engineered animals – Science (9/18)
    86. Steps to save the Great Lakes – MPR (9/23)
    87. Jon Foley discusses climate change – WCCO Radio (9/24)
    88. Experts look at lessons of bridge collapse – WCCO (10/5)
    89. U ecology professor receives international prize – Star Tribune (10/7)
    90. The tadpole’s tale – UNews (11/13)
    91. State’s new energy edge – Pioneer Press (11/15)
    92. U hosts international energy conference – MNDaily (11/18)
    93. Pond scum as biofuel: a saga in process – MinnPost (11/20)
    94. Sun, wind, algae: Future data center power? – NetworkWorld (11/25)
    95. Voices on the Environment – MPR (12/5)

    Coverage of Minnesota Statewide Conservation & Preservation Plan

    The Institute on the Environment and the Legislative-Citizen Commission on Minnesota Resources released the Minnesota Statewide Conservation and Preservation Plan on July 7, 2008.

    1. Report sets out ways to protect state’s environment – Pioneer Press (7/7)
    2. State to share plan on natural resources – Star Tribune (7/8)
    3. U researchers report threats to Minnesota’s environment – MPR (7/8)
    4. Wetland, lake restoration among actions in new report – MinnPost (7/8)
    5. MN conservation plan urges shoreline protection – WCCO News (7/8)
    6. State report planning Minnesota’s enviro future – Minnesota Independent (7/8)
    7. Minnesota conservation plan offers vision for state’s environment – Hutchinson Leader (7/9)
    8. U, state release new environment study – MNDaily (7/9)
    9. Strategies for state’s resources – Bemidji Pioneer (7/9)
    10. 50-year conservation plan covers bases, except cost – Star Tribune (7/9)
    11. LCCMR members briefed on conservation plan – Daily Planet (7/10)
    12. New conservation road map far from a plan for success – Star Tribune (7/11)
    13. Environmental protection for Minnesota – TPT, Almanac (7/11)
    14. Making sense of nature’s systems – Pioneer Press (7/12)
    15. New plan outlines vision for state’s environment – Outdoor News (7/16)