Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

MEDIA COVERAGE FACULTY: Christopher Field

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

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

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

Conrad N. Hilton Foundation awards $1.9 million grant to tackle global water and sanitation challenges »

April 20, 2018

Chris Field comments on the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation grant.

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Climate Change Expert: There’s Still Time To Save The Future »

March 19, 2018

Woods Director Chris Field give a speech about climate change to a packed auditorium at the University of Hawaii Manoa

By Nathan Eagle, Honolulu Civil Beat

Weathering Trump's skepticism, U.S. officials still fighting global warming »

March 14, 2018

Christopher Field discusses his concerns in relation to the Trump Administration and climate change research.

By Timothy Gardner & Alister Doyle, Reuters

Tree Farms Will Not Save Us from Global Warming »

March 13, 2018

Mentions a 2017 perspective piece by Christopher Field and

By Chelsea Harvey, Scientific America

News Feature: Can predators have a big impact on carbon emissions calculations? »

March 6, 2018

Christopher Field comments on carbon emissions.

By Leslie Willoughby, PNAS

This African Super Grain Could Solve Famine and Drought (Plus It’s Gluten-Free) »

February 28, 2018

Christopher Field comments on the importance of drops in climate-dependent regions.

By Richard Morgan, Bloomberg Pursuits

The carbon harvest »

February 16, 2018

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

 

By Julia Rosen, Science Mag

Even without the US, the Paris climate agreement can succeed where its predecessor failed »

February 11, 2018

Chris Field discusses how the Paris agreement was designed to address the flaws of its predecessor, the Kyoto Protocol

By Andrew Wong, CNBC

Scientists rebuff EPA chief's claim that global warming may be good »

February 8, 2018

Chris Field is quoted on the effects that global warming has after comments made by EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt.

By John Bacon, USA Today

1.5 degrees Celsius climate goal 'very unlikely' but doable: Draft UN report  »

January 13, 2018

Chris Field comments on the Paris agreement goal of capping global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius and what needs to be

By AFP, Channel NewsAsia

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

By AFP News, Yahoo News

David Suzuki: U.S. climate report leaves little room for doubt »

November 7, 2017

Christopher Field discusses the U.S.

By David Suzuki, The Georgia Straight

In Our View: U.S. Must Act on Climate »

November 7, 2017

Christopher Field comments on the The National Climate Assessment.

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Breathing Fire »

November 7, 2017

Christopher Field comments on the struggle between increasing forest management and countering climate change.

By John Upton, Climate Central

US report confirms humans cause climate change – despite what Trump officials say »

November 6, 2017

Christopher Field is quoted on a new report released by 13 federal agencies about the human impact on climate change.

By Greg Beach, Inhabitat

U.S. Report Says Humans Cause Climate Change, Contradicting Top Trump Officials »

November 3, 2017

Christopher Field is quotes on a new scientific report release by 13 federal agencies stating "humans are the dominant

By Lisa Friedman and Glenn Thrush, New York Times

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