Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment


Fishing for Sustainability »

May 30, 2018

Larry Crowder comments on a new software program to safer fishing.

By Tony Pallone, Electronics 360

Fossils reveal how bizarre mammal beat extinction »

August 24, 2017

Elizabeth Hadly is mentioned in new study in "understand factors driving the extinction of mammals."

Phys Org

Analysis: Trump’s top environmental win is in cutting protections »

April 23, 2017

Liz Hadly discusses global environmental "emergency."

By Carolyn Lochhead, San Francisco Chronicle

To save the future, conservationists look to the past »

March 21, 2017

Discusses research by Elizabeth Hadly pointing to fossil record as keys to guiding more effective management efforts.

By Eva Botkin-Kowacki, The Christian Science Monitor

Stanford Paleoecologist Elizabeth Hadly Takes on the Future »

November 28, 2016

By phone from Mongolia and parts of Africa and in person from her Stanford office, Elizabeth Hadly talks with Bay Nature about tipping points, how local is where it’s at, and the diversity of Bay A

By Mary Ellen Hannibal, Bay Nature Magazine

Meet Jerry Brown's Team of Science Advisors »

December 2, 2015

Names Woods Senior Fellow Elizabeth Hadly (Biology) as one of Governor Brown's scientist confidantes.

By Chris Megerian, LA Times

Meet Jerry Brown's Team of Science Advisors »

December 2, 2015

Profile of scientific advisers, including Senior Fellow Elizabeth Hadly (Biology), to California's governor

By Chris Megerian, Los Angeles Times

Scientists’ Warning: Extinction of Big Land Animals Forever Alters Environment »

October 26, 2015

Profiles paper co-authored by Woods Senior Fellow Elizabeth Hadly (Biology) on extinctions of large animals in North and South America since humans arrived.

By Peter Fimrite, SF Gate

These Researchers Want California to Be Global Advocate About Climate Change »

August 24, 2015

Quotes Woods Senior Fellow Elizabeth Hadly (Biology) about the importance of moving beyond advocacy and engaging in dialogue to effectively communicate about climate change outside of the ivory tow

By Steve Scauzillo, San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Mass Extinction: Life at the Brink »

November 1, 2014

Smithsonian channel documentary that features work of Senior Fellow Elizabeth Hadly in Yellowstone National Park

Smithsonian Channel

Increase Genetic Diversity to Save Tigers: Study »

May 19, 2014

Quotes Rachael Bay, graduate student in biology and lead author of a study coauthored by Woods Senior Fellow Elizabeth Hadly that found increasing genetic diversity among tigers is the key to their

By Rachna Singh, The Times of India

Earth's Extinction Rate Highly Exaggerated: Study »

April 20, 2014

Quotes Liz Hadly, Woods senior fellow, and Chase Mendenhall, doctoral student in biology, on study that found human-altered landscapes can foster more biological diversity than we anticipated

By IANS (Indo-Asian News Service), The Times of India

Population Growth Increases Climate Fear »

September 2, 2013

Mentions environmental consensus statement drafted by scientists including Stanford Woods Institute Senior Fellows Gretchen Daily, Rodolfo Dirzo, Paul Ehrlich, Elizabeth Hadly, Harold Mooney, Rosam

By Carolyn Lochhead, San Francisco Chronicle

Environmental Crisis Looms, U.C., Stanford Experts Warn »

May 24, 2013

Mentions Stanford Woods Institute Senior Fellow Elizabeth Hadly and participation by numerous Stanford Woods scientists at event urging action on climate change.

By David Perlman, San Francisco Chronicle

Bridging the Science-to-Society Gap »

May 24, 2013

Senior Fellow Liz Hadly and Leopold Leadership Program fellows discuss ways to bridge "chasm between science and society" in three-part blog series.

By Liz Hadly, Anthony Barnosky, Elena Bennett, Leah Gerber, Jessica Hellmann, Hope Jahren and Dawn Wright, Nature

Science and Politics: Hello, Governor »

July 23, 2014

Profile of Senior Fellow Liz Hadly and her husband, Anthony Barnosky of University of California, Berkeley, and their work to put scientific consensus in the hands of policymakers

By Virginia Gewin, Nature