IonE In the News

Media coverage of the Institute on the Environment and affiliated programs and activities:

  1. Time for Trees to Pack Their Trunks? - Climate Central (9/7)
  2. CSP Recieves $20 Million NSF Grant to Pioneer Bioplastics – Biomass Magazine (8/14)
  3. Let’s Use Organic and GMOs to Feed the World - HuffPostGreen (8/13)
  4. Feeding Everyone with a Minimum of Carbon Emissions – ArsTechnica (8/11)
  5. Bye Bye Bycatch? Smart Nets That Save Fish – EcoWatch (8/11)
  6. Ernahrungssicherheit: Haben Forscher die Welformel gefunden? – Wirtschafts Woche Green (8/4)
  7. The End of Sustainability - New Security Beat (7/30)
  8. 3 Ways to Grow More Food Without Stressing the Environment - Fast Company (7/30)
  9. Dirty Drinking Water in Farm Country - Environmental Working Group (7/29)
  10. Bangor-born Looks Outside Government to Solve Looming Global Food Crisis - Bangor Daily News (7/29)
  11. In Water We Trust: How Quito’s Water Trust Funds Succeed – GreenBiz.com (7/28)
  12. Die Tierdichte müsste reduziert werden - Faz.net (7/27)
  13. Win-Win Way Pinpointed to Aid Food Security & Climate - Climate Central (7/26)
  14. Private Water Wells Soaking Up Fertilizers, University Research Says - Minnesota Daily (7/23)
  15. Effektive Landwirtschaft gegen den Welthunger - Ernährungsumschau (7/23)
  16. Strategien gegen den Hunger: Kritik an Effizienz, Rodungen und Energiepflanzen – AID.de (7/23)
  17. We Have Enough Land To Feed Our Growing Population, We Just Have To Use It Right, Study Finds – Ashville Institute (7/21)
  18. Den Hunger lindern - Frankfurter Rundschau (7/21)
  19. Sustainability: Food Security Solutions – Xperedon (7/21)
  20. Die Erde gibt noch einiges her - Neue Zürcher Zeitung (7/20)
  21. Bis 2050 muss Landwirtschaft hocheffektiv werden!- Topagrar online (7/19)
  22. Weniger Hunger durch weniger Fleisch - TAZ.de (7/18)
  23. Leverage Points for Improving Global Food Security and the Environment – The Campaign for Real Farming (7/19)
  24. Can We Feed 3 Billion More People and Save the Environment? – Garry
  25. A Roadmap for Reconciling Food Security and Conservation – Conservation (7/18)
  26. How to Boost Production But Not Emissions? Researchers Identify Key Ways - Christian Science Monitor (7/18)
  27. Rice Guzzles the Most Water, Consumes Excess Nutrients Among Crops: Minnesota Researchers - Oryza.com (7/18)
  28. How to Feed 3 Billion Extra People Without Trashing the Planet - Vox (7/18)
  29. The Six Countries That Could Change the Future of Food Production – IOP (7/18)
  30. Grasslands Conversion May Increase Water Pollution in SE Minnesota - Star Tribune (7/18)
  31. Sustainable and Ecological Agriculture Could Feed 3Bn More People – Green&Blue Tomorrow (7/18)
  32. Study Pinpoints Key ‘Leverage Points’ to Feed More People with Existing Land – Food Navigator (7/18)
  33. Οι αγελάδες «στερούν τροφή από τους ανθρώπους» - To BHMA Science (7/18)
  34. Famine No More: The World of Plenty Lies Ahead – Reason.com (7/18)
  35. Smartare odling kan mätta miljarder fler - Sveriges Radio (7/18)
  36. Wie die Landwirtschaft umweltschonender werden kann - Focus.de (7/17)
  37. Improved Food Systems Could Feed 3 Billion More People – Study – All Africa (7/17)
  38. Hunger in der Welt: Wie zehn Milliarden Menschen satt werden könnten - Spiegel Online (7/17)
  39. How Can We Feed Billions More People? – Newsweek (7/17)
  40. We Have Enough Land to Feed Our Growing Population, We Just Have to Use it Right, Study Finds - Huffington Post (7/17)
  41. Better Use of World’s Existing Cropland Could Feed 3 Billion People: Study - The Guardian (7/17)
  42. Cool Roofs Rising: Reflective Roof Coatings and Materials Bring Multiple Benefits - Living Green Magazine (7/17)
  43. New Study Shows How Existing Cropland Could Feed Billions More – Phys.org (7/17)
  44. How Eating Less Meat Can Help Feed the World - Salon (7/17)
  45. Fix Farms in a Few Countries and Feed 3 Billion People - NewScientist.com (7/17)
  46. Sizing Down Food Waste: What’s the Worst Thing to Toss? – NPR (7/17)
  47. Food Used to Fatten Animals Could Feed 3 Billion: Study - NBC News (7/17)
  48. Cutting Down Crop Waste Could Feed 3 Billion – Nature (7/17)
  49. How Existing Cropland Could Feed Billions More - Science Daily (7/17)
  50. Improved Food Systems Could Feed 3 Billion More People – Study -Thomson Reuters Foundation (7/17)
  51. Building Toward Sustainable, Resilient Cities in 2050 – GreenBiz.com (7/15)
  52. Feeding 9 Billion - The Splendid Table (7/11)
  53. Solving the World’s Food Dilemma in 5 Steps – The Splendid Table (7/11)
  54. Farm Switch From Grass to Corn Could Taint Water - Austin Daily Herald (7/11)
  55. Crop Switch Could Cost Millions in Water Contamination - MPR News (7/10)
  56. The End of Sustainability - Blue&Green Tomorrow (7/10)
  57. Song of Our Warming Planet - Living Green Magazine (7/8)
  58. Here’s Why the Forecast for Microgrids Looks This Sunny - GreenBiz.com (7/7)
  59. Climate Change Gets Up Close and Personal - Climate Central (7/7)
  60. University of Minnesota is Studying Whether Farming Can Reduce Urban Heat – Star Tribune (7/6)
  61. U of M Study Checks if Farms Can Reduce Heat in Cities – St. Cloud Times (7/6)
  62. University of Minnesota Studying Urban Heat - KSTP (7/6)
  63. University of Minnesota is Studying Urban Heat - Pioneer Press (7/6)
  64. University of Minnesota is Studying Urban Heat – San Francisco Chronicle (7/6)
  65. University of Minnesota is Studying Urban Heat – Houston Chronicle (7/6)
  66. Food Shortage Solution Must Come After Understand a New Narrative – Chautauquan Daily (7/3)
  67. Can We Grow More Food on Less Land? – The Breakthrough Institute (7/2)
  68. U Project Could Use Farming to Turn Down Urban Heat - The Minnesota Daily (7/2)
  69. Five Weird and Wonderful Ways Your Dinner is Adapting to Climate Change - The Daily Climate (7/1)
  70. Oil Palm Plantations Threaten Water Quality, Stanford Scientists Say - e Science News (7/1)
  71. Oil Palm Plantations Degrade Water Quality Relative to Community Forests - Mongabay.com (6/30)
  72. Climate Change Cuisine? – Living Green Magazine (6/27)
  73. Z is for Inspiration: Biosustainability at the San Diego Zoo – Living Green Magazine (6/23)
  74. Expert Lays Out Five Steps for Feeding Nine Billion - Alberta Farmer Express (6/20)
  75. This Urban Research University is Also an Economic Powerhouse - National Journal (6/17)
  76. Energy-use Data Could Help Minnesota Cities Protect the Environment - MPR News (6/17)
  77. CSU Study Details Practices That Can Significantly Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Corn Production – Bloomberg Businessweek (6/13)
  78. Here’s What Happens When GMO Antagonists Get Together for a Friendly Chat - Grist (6/13)
  79. A Shocking Number of Chemical Products Are Banned in Europe But Safe in the U.S. - Business Insider (6/10)
  80. Greening Health Care - Living Green Magazine (6/6)
  81. Minnesota Leads in Reducing Emissions – Star Tribune (6/5)
  82. Lionfish: Eat ‘Em to Beat ‘Em – Living Green Magazine (6/2)
  83. How to Build a Biobased Copolymer - Chemical & Engineering News (5/29)
  84. Foreign Students Sweep Clean Bangalore Footpaths – Times of India (5/28)
  85. Food vs. Forests: Challenges for Sri Lanka – The Sunday Times (5/25)
  86. The Colour of Pollution - The Economist (5/24)
  87. Earthbound Farm’s Founder Wants to Change the Way You Eat - The Guardian (5/23)
  88. National Geographic’s Future of Food: Jon Foley’s 5-Step Plan to Feed the World - Coca Cola Company (5/21)
  89. Can Storytelling Impact Climate Change? The U of M Aims to Find Out – Star Tribune (5/20)
  90. White House: Climate Change to Get Worse – CNN (5/10)
  91. Under the Microscope: Climate Change, Food Security and Turtles – KBIA.org (5/8)
  92. Dr. Elizabeth Borer, University of Minnesota – Grassland Fertilization and the Nutrient Network – WAMC (5/9)
  93. Can’t Take the Heat? Get Out of the City – Minnesota Daily (5/6)
  94. Joseph Keefe: Sustainable Investing – Forbes (5/2)
  95. Jonathan Foley to Lead California Academy of Sciences – SF Chronicle (4/29)
  96. Catch and Deceased? Industrial Fishing Casualties on Sea Life - Living Green Magazine (4/28)
  97. Study: African American Exposure to Polluted Air 38% Higher Than Whites – Afro American (4/28)
  98. This Is How Racist Your Air Is – Mother Jones (4/28)
  99. Sensors Installed at MN Arboretum Could Help Improve Environment – CBS Local (4/23)
  100. Affirmative Action, Feeding the World & Political Dynasties – KCRW (4/22)
  101. Students Provide Earth Day Momentum – KFAI Radio (4/22)
  102. A Need For Nourishment – Creative Loafing Tampa (4/22)
  103. Racial and Environmental Justice Are Two Sides of the Same Coin – The Nation (4/22)
  104. If Food Could Fly – Huffington Post (4/21)
  105. Pollution Unnecessarily Affects Minorities in the U.S. – MSNBC (4/21)
  106. How Race Can Affect the Very Air You Breathe – MSNBC (4/20)
  107. How to Feed a World with 9 Billion People in 5 Steps – Genetic Literacy Project (4/17)
  108. Student Energy Powers Resilient Communities Project – Lillie News (4/16)
  109. What Happens When There Are 9 Billion People to Feed? – Marketplace (4/16)
  110. US Minorities Exposed to More Toxic Air, U Finds – Star Tribune (4/16)
  111. Groundbreaking nationwide study finds that people of color live in neighborhoods with more air pollution than whites – Medical Xpress (4/16)
  112. Why rare earth recycling is rare and what we can do about it – GreenBiz.com (4/14)
  113. Is The Green Revolution Fading? – Environmental Working Group (4/11)
  114. Rosemount Laying the UMore Park Groundwork – Star Tribune (4/9)
  115. 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)
  116. The Heinz Family Foundation Honors Recipients of the 19th Heinz Awards – Emag.Co.Uk (4/4)
  117. Oceans of Energy — Abundant and Carbon-Free! – Living Green Magazine (4/3)
  118. Will There Be Enough Food? Thought on the IPCC WGII Report – Forest News (4/3)
  119. University of Minnesota students fill hop demand – Belleville News Democrat (3/29)
  120. Are GMOs worth the trouble? – MIT Technology Review (3/27)
  121. Resilient Communities Project Chooses Rosemount as 2014-15 Partner – Rosemount Town Pages (3/26)
  122. Students fill hop demand – Minnesota Daily (3/24)
  123. A Renewable Solution to Palm Oil’s Methane Problem – Climate Central (3/22)
  124. The Power of Youth – Hometown Focus (3/21)
  125. University of Minnesota students fill hop demand – Kansas City Star (3/19)
  126. Oceans Stand to Deliver Abundant Carbon-free Energy – Kitsap Sun (3/17)
  127. Why You Shouldn’t Hope for an Early Spring – Living Green Magazine (3/6)
  128. Can We Feed the Planet Without Trashing It? Jon Foley’s ‘Yes’ Wins Major Award – MinnPost (3/4)
  129. What’s Limiting the Impact of GMOs on Global Food Security? – Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies (2/27)
  130. Heinz Foundation Honors 5 with $250K Awards – Seattle Post-Intelligencer (2/25)
  131. U of M Educator Honored with $250K Heinz Award – kare11.com (2/25)
  132. Why You Shouldn’t Hope for an Early Spring – Climate Central (2/23)
  133. Why You Shouldn’t Hope for an Early Spring – Kitsap Sun (2/23)
  134. The Periphery Isn’t Peripheral – Environment, Conflict & Cooperation (2/17)
  135. Are We on the Path to Peak Water? - Climate Central (2/16)
  136. Building a Better Rat Trap - Living Green Magazine (2/14)
  137. Cool Roofs Can Counteract the Warming of Urban Sprawl - Popular Mechanics (2/10)
  138. A Wasted Opportunity - The Camden Herald (2/7)
  139. Climate Change Cuisine: It’s What’s For Dinner - Climate Central (2/2)
  140. Dams May Provide Resilience to Climate Change - Climate Central (2/1)
  141. Local Foods and Gardening: Supper Series Kicks Off at UMC Jan. 23 - Crookston Times (1/21)
  142. A Song of Our Warming Planet – Understanding Climate Change Through Music - Resilience.org (1/13)
  143. Increasing Cropping Frequency Offers Opportunity to Boost Food Supply - Farm and Dairy (1/11)
  144. Mas Cosechas Anuales Aumentarian la Seguridad Alimentaria - SciDevNet (1/8)
  145. Changing the Global Food Narrative - The Ecologist (1/1)

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