Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Past Media Coverage: 2018

Conference aims to help forecasters lift clouds on climate »

February 27, 2018

Noah Diffenbaugh helps weather forecasters better explain the data around climate change to their TV viewers.

San Francisco Chronicle

How plant-based diets can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 70 percent »

February 23, 2018

Rob Jackson comments on the idea of a plant-based diet helping combat greenhouse gas.

By Jennifer Fabiano, AccuWeather

Extreme February temperatures on East Coast raise question about climate change »

February 22, 2018

Noah Diffenbaugh comments on extreme heat ways and their connection to climate change.

By Jeremy Deaton, Think Progress

Stanford and Monterey Bay Aquarium Researchers Go Deep to Study White Shark Population »

February 20, 2018

Barbara Block new study on White shark population.

By Joe Rosato Jr, NBC Bay Area

Proper Governance Needed To Protect Multi-Million Mpas »

February 20, 2018

Study by Natural Capital Project is mentioned.

By Neil Haertnell, Tribune

Can virtual reality help us understand our climate reality? »

February 19, 2018

Jeremy Bailenson comments on the possible capabilities of VR in helping people "generate the urgency required to prevent environmental calamity."

By Heather Millar, Green Biz

With global emissions rising, the euphoria of the Paris Agreement is colliding with reality »

February 19, 2018

Rob Jackson comments on the goals that the Paris Agreement set out to achieve against the reality of what's happening.

By Brady Dennis and Chris Mooney, Chicago Tribune

The carbon harvest »

February 16, 2018

Chris Field comments on NETS and the likelyhood of achieving them.   

By Julia Rosen, Science Mag

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

Extreme Weather Will Occur More Frequently Worldwide »

February 15, 2018

Noah Diffenbaugh comments on his new study looking into extreme weather events and how they may become more of a common occurrence than we thought.

By Chelsea Harvey, Scientific America

Extreme weather will surge even if Paris accord goals are met: study »

February 15, 2018

Noah Diffenbaugh comments on extreme weather events stating "we are not prepared for today’s climate."

Japan Times News

Study finds complicated efficacy of supply chain sustainability measures »

February 15, 2018

Eric Lambin new research is mentioned.

By Ada Statler, Stanford Daily

Can sanitation reduce stunting? »

February 15, 2018

Stephen Luby new study on growth and sanitation is mentioned.

By Priyanka Pulla, The Hindu

Extreme weather 'to rise even if Paris goals met' »

February 15, 2018

Noah Diffenbaugh leads a new study looking into the goals of the Paris Agreement.

The Daily Star

Just 1 degree changes our risk of severe weather »

February 15, 2018

Noah Diffenbaugh comments on his new study looking into the commitments on the Paris Agreement.

By Taylor Kubota, Futurity

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

Risk of disastrous heat, floods and fire skyrockets with warming, Stanford prof finds »

February 14, 2018

In the wake of the extreme weather events that the United States has experienced in the last year, new research led by professor Noah Diffenbaugh shows us that this could only be just the beginning.

By Kurtis Alexander, San Francisco Chronicle

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