University of Minnesota launches Ensia environmental communications platform

February 7, 2013 |

In Minnesota, the University of Minnesota announced the launch of Ensia – an innovative online and print magazine and event series that aims to connect people who can change the world with the ideas, information and inspiration they need to do so.

Ensia is committed to bringing environmental leaders something new every day—new challenges, new solutions, new perspectives, new people—in a format that’s engaging as well as informative and, thanks to its responsive design, ideal for viewing on your phone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer.

The new online magazine, ensia.com, currently features interviews with ocean advocate Alexandra Cousteau, architect William McDonough, former Maldivian president Mohamed Nasheed, venture capitalist Paul Matteucci and others, along with articles and multimedia covering topics such as climate change adaptation, cities inspired by nature, green chemistry, sustainable agriculture, B corporations, geothermal energy, recycled art and more.

Over the coming weeks, the magazine will feature commentaries from leading environmental thinkers including Fortune contributing editor Marc Gunther, futurist Jamais Cascio, renewable energy expert Peggy Liu, author Maggie Koerth-Baker, economist Gernot Wagner and many others.

The Ensia Live events series will also take place this spring in Minneapolis and showcase talks from some of today’s top environmental visionaries.

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