Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

MEDIA COVERAGE FACULTY: Marshall Burke

Taking a space-age approach to food security »

March 20, 2018

Research study by David Lobell and Marshall Burke

By Gareth Willmer, Devex

Nearly 60,000 suicides in India linked to global warming »

August 1, 2017

Marshall Burke is quoted discussing research similar to his on the contributing factors that climate change may have in s

By Alexa Liautaud, Vice News

Against Hunger and Poverty. Here's Why Scientists around the world are harnessing AI's data-mining ability in the fight against poverty. »

June 21, 2017

Marshall Burke is quoted on research done to improve agricultural in the places needed most

By Joseph Bennington-Castro, NBC News

Trump sees job gains in Paris exit. Trade wars could erase them. »

June 2, 2017

Introduces estimates by Marshall Burke on the monetary cost of pulling out of the Paris Agreement.

By Michelle Jamrisko, Chicago Tribune

Analysts: Leaving climate deal likely wouldn't add US jobs »

June 1, 2017

Cites study coauthored by Marshall Burke.

By Paul Wiseman, San Francisco Chronicle (via AP)

Hunting for the Neuroscience of Heat and Violence »

February 17, 2016

Center Fellow Marshall Burke (earth system science) discusses climate and conflict in a new series by Grist "Climate on the Mind"

By Clayton Aldern, Grist

Hot and Violent »

January 5, 2016

Features research by Center Fellow Marshall Burke (Earth System Science) on the connections between climate change and social conflict.

By David Rotman, MIT Technology Review

Op-Ed: Climate Change is Indeed A Cause of Social Conflict »

December 17, 2015

Center Fellow Marshall Burke (Earth System Science) co-authors an op-ed on the connections between climate change and social conflict.

By Solomon Hsiang and Marshall Burke, Los Angeles Times

The Global Economic Costs from Climate Change May Be Worse than Expected »

December 9, 2015

Center Fellow Marshall Burke (Earth System Science) discusses how addressing climate change may be even more important than previously thought from an economic perspective.

By Marshall Burke, Brookings Institution Blog

Climate Countdown: Study Says Most Countries' Economies Weaken With Every Degree of Warming »

October 21, 2015

Features study led by Center Fellow Marshall Burke (Earth System Science)

By Seth Borenstein, US News (via AP)

Does Climate Change Affect Income? New Study Sees Robust Link »

October 21, 2015

Discusses findings of study led by Woods Center Fellow Marshall Burke (Earth System Science) showing that that national economic performance is closely linked to climate change.

By Pete Spotts, Christian Science Monitor