Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Media Coverage: Climate

When AI can help build intelligent weather models »

June 12, 2018

Mentions report by Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

By Swathi Moorthy, The Hindu Business Line

Cost plunges for capturing carbon dioxide from the air »

June 7, 2018

Chris Field comments on a recent study looking into the decreasing costs of carbon capturing calling it "real progress."

By Robert F. Service, Science Mag

It’s Wildfire Season in California, and Utilities Want to Tamp Down Their Liability »

June 4, 2018

Michael Wara is quoted on the aftermath of the recent California wildfires and who the burden of responsibility lies on.

By Sophie Quinton, Pew Trusts

As Storms Worsen, Many Coastal States Aren't Prepared »

June 1, 2018

Noah Diffenbaugh comments on the frequency of extreme weather events as we head into June, the month of the Atlantic hurricane season.

By Elizabeth Daigneau, Governing

The scientist still fighting for the clean fuel the world forgot »

May 10, 2018

Chris Field is quoted on Jay Keasling and biofuels.

By James Temple, MIT Technology Review

More With Less: American Electricity Use Is Down, Even as the Economy Improves »

May 8, 2018

Michael Wara quoted on energy use in America.

By Erin Mundahl, Inside Sources

Climate change ruining California’s environment, report warns »

May 8, 2018

Christopher Field comments on a new report by the EPA in carbon emissions and the importance of limiting "the amount of climate change that occurs as much as possible."

By Peter Fimrite, San Francisco Chronicle

Switching To Renewables Will Save Millions Of American Lives »

May 7, 2018

Research by Mark Jacobson is mentioned.

By Deb Haaland, Huffington Post

Carbon capture could pay off for biofuel plants »

April 25, 2018

Katharine Mach discusses negative emissions at biorefineries.

By Devon Ryan, Fururity

The world needs to store billions of tons of carbon. It could start in a surprising place. »

April 23, 2018

A new study co-authored by Katharine Mach hopes to shed new light on carbon capture and storage.

By Chris Mooney, The Washington Post

A Voyage Along Trump’s Wall »

April 23, 2018

Rio Grande canoe trip organized by Stanford researcher Dan Reicher, reveals how border wall would change life and landscape.

By Nick Paumgarten, The New Yorker

‘Sea Monkeys’ show how tiny critters churn ocean »

April 20, 2018

John Dabiri comments on his study with zooplankton and climate change.

By Amy Adams, Futurity

Cars Threaten Climate Goals in Blue States »

April 17, 2018

Michael Wara discusses the reality of the transportation sector and meeting climate goals.

By Benjamin Storrow, Scientific America

Jeff Goodell: The Water Will Come »

April 16, 2018

Katharine Mach is mentioned.

MPR News

The 'new normal'? Sierra snow drought endures despite 'miracle' March »

April 16, 2018

Noah Diffenbaugh discusses some of the biggest questions surrounding climate change.

By Benjamin Spillman, Reno Gazette Journal

Let PG&E 'off the hook' for wildfire costs? If not, your utility bills could rise »

April 10, 2018

Michael Wara poses an important question concerning the the issue of liability of PG&E and the massive wildfires in California.

By Taryn Luna, The Sacramento Bee

EPA's Proposed Rollbacks of Mileage Standards Is a Terrible Idea »

April 6, 2018

Rob Jackson expresses his opinions on the EPA's proposed rollback of vehicle mileage standards.

By Rob Jackson, Scientific America

Rio Tinto, NASA and Mongolian goats: a most unlikely fashion story »

April 4, 2018

The Natural capital project is mentioned

By Marion Hume, Financial Review

California Presents Unique Roadblock For Trump Administration Attempt To Roll Back Fuel Regulations »

April 2, 2018

Deborah Sivas comments on the legality of the Trump Administrations rollback of Obama-era fuel efficiency targets to California's push back of the Clean Air Act.

By Ben Bradford, Capital Public Radio