Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Media Coverage: Sustainable Development

Scientists Just Issued a Grim New Warning on Climate Change: 'We Are Not Prepared' »

February 15, 2018

Noah Diffenbaugh discusses how “we are not prepared for today’s climate."

By Justin Worland, Time

Study finds complicated efficacy of supply chain sustainability measures »

February 15, 2018

Eric Lambin new research is mentioned.

By Ada Statler, Stanford Daily

Electricity-generating tinted windows reveal a sustainable future »

February 14, 2018

Michael McGehee comments on the development of "smart window."

By Jennifer Leman, The Mercury News

Can VR make us healthier, smarter and less racist? »

February 12, 2018

Jeremy Bailenson discusses how VR can educate people about the environment as well as other issues.

By Eric Johnson, Recode

Study: Corporate sustainable supply chain work guilty of 'limited reach' »

February 12, 2018

Eric Lambin co-authors study looking into the reality of companies efforts to apply sustainability practices across their supply chains.

By Business Green staff, Business Green

At Your Service: Harnessing Virtual Reality for Everything From Empathy to Football »

February 9, 2018

Jeremy Bailenson is mentioned in relation to his work with VR.

By Hope Reese, Undark

Zero-deforestation pledges need help, support to meet targets, new study finds »

February 1, 2018

Eric Lambin suggests a stronger commitment by companies for a stronger zero deforestation pledge.

By John Cannon, Mongabay

Books by Virginia Eubanks, Jeremy Bailenson, Niall Ferguson »

February 1, 2018

Jeremy Bailenson book “Experience on Demand: What Virtual Reality Is, How It Works, and What It Can Do ” is mentioned.

By Stephen Phillips, San Francisco Chronicle

OPINION: Kendall Stanley — Some nice climate change »

January 22, 2018

Noah Diffenbaugh discusses "the climate change factors that could have impacted Harvey as it devastated Houston."

By Kendall Stanley, Petoskey News

1.5 C climate goal 'very unlikely' but doable: draft UN report »

January 12, 2018

Chris Field comments on the urgency for change in order to meet the Paris Agreement goal of capping global warming at 1.5 degrees Celsius.

By AFP News, Yahoo News

What does a changing climate mean for California's infrastructure? »

January 11, 2018

Noah Diffenbaugh comments on California's readiness for natural disasters.

By Emily Henderson, KPCC

Lionfish-killing contests help control them, study claims »

January 10, 2018

Stephanie Green leads a study looking into the effectiveness of Lionfish-killing contests in relation to population control.

By David Fleshler, Sun Sentinel

Stanford team lauds Woolworths Farming for the Future programme »

January 10, 2018

Eric Lambin helps co-author study looking into one retailers environmental initiatives.

By Dave Chambers, Business Day

Minutes To Midnight: The Spectre Of Catastrophe w/ Paul Ehrlich »

January 8, 2018

Paul Ehrlich discusses the loss of biodiversity.

By Last Born In The Wilderness, PlayerFM

Calif. city with water on 3 sides faces grim future »

December 14, 2017

Katharine Mach discusses "the unevenness of climate change impacts" as sea levels risen and hit Imperial Beach, California.

By Anne C. Mulkern, Climate Wire

Rescued radar maps reveal Antarctica's past »

December 13, 2017

Dustin Schroeder leads a team of scientist to digitize and analyze hundreds or reels of scientific data collected from Antarctica that could map its history.

By Alexandra Witze, Nature International Journal of Science

Paris begins to snatch US environmental researchers »

December 12, 2017

Stanford's own Nuria Teixido is amount the 18 scientist who have been recruited to work for France in their Make Our Planet Great Again program.

By NEONLINE | IR, New Europe

Why High-Energy Batteries Fail and Start Fires »

December 12, 2017

Scientists from Stanford University and the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory have captured the first atomic-level images of finger-like growths, called dendrites that pierce the barrier between battery...

By Stephen Mraz, Machine Design

A Water Right for the Environment »

December 10, 2017

Leon Szeptycki and Barton "Buzz" Thompson co author a blog entry discuss environmental water rights.

By Brian Gray, Leon Szeptycki, and Barton “Buzz” Thompson, California Water Blog

Stanford Researchers Test Public Receptiveness to Vertical Wind Turbines »

November 17, 2017

John Dabiri and Bruce Cain co-author a study looking into Californian's receptiveness on traditional versus vertical axis wind turbines in a rural setting.

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