MEDIA COVERAGE FACULTY: Paul Ehrlich
In a recent study co-author Paul Ehrlich discusses the effects an expansion on the US-Mexico boarder wall would have to the
By Peter Hess,
Paul Ehrlich is quoted on the extensive biodiversity around the US-Mexico border and what an expansion of the border wall could do to surrounding environment.
By Christopher Intagliata,
Federal plans to complete a continuous wall along the U.S.-Mexico boundary would threaten the existence of numerous plant and animal species, Stanford researchers say.
Paul Ehrlich discusses the future of civilization and its relationship of the natural world.
By Damian Carrington,
Paul Ehrlich discusses the loss of biodiversity.
By Last Born In The Wilderness,
Paul Ehrlich comments on telecoupling in relation to human consumption of the worlds sand and its effect taking place aroun
By Eoin O'Carroll,
By Christine Jackson,
Paul Ehrlich casts doubt on viability of restoring extinct species.
By Steph Yin,
Paul Ehrlich discusses unequal use of resources and the future of planetary sustainability.
By Robin McKie,
Woods Senior Fellow Paul Ehrlich (Biology) and Jasper Ridge Biological Reserve Executive Director Anthony Barnosky discuss past and present mass extinctions in a year-long story series called “Vani
By John Sutter,
Woods Senior Fellow Paul Ehrlich (Biology) explains why species loss matters to the future of humanity.
By John D. Sutter,
Senior Fellow Paul Ehrlich (Biology) on how humankind must slow both population and consumption growth
By Eduardo Porter,
Cites a paper co-authored by Senior Woods Fellow, by courtesy, Paul Ehrlich (Biology), that proves species are disappearing faster than at any time since the dinosaurs' demise.
By Grennan Milliken,
Features new research by Senior Woods Fellow Paul Ehrlich (Biology), who discusses how feeding the planet will require political, economic and social shifts.
By Brian Bienkowski,
Discusses a study co-authored by Senior Fellow Paul Ehrlich (Humanities and Sciences) on how humans have created the sixth mass extinction, and how o
By Sandra Postel,
Senior Fellow Paul Ehrlich (Biology) notes that little has been done to counter negative trends in food sec
By Alan Boyle,
Woods Senior Fellow Paul Ehrlich (Humanities and Sciences) notes that the world needs to address the root c
By Julie Watson,
Quotes Woods Senior Fellow Paul Ehrlich on the possible link between climate change and the diminishing size of salamanders in the Appalachian Mountains.
By Bruce Smith,
Quotes Woods Senior Fellow Paul Ehrlich on the disadvantages of de-extinction science
By John D. Sutter,