Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment


Carbon capture could pay off for biofuel plants »

April 25, 2018

Katharine Mach discusses negative emissions at biorefineries.

By Devon Ryan, Fururity

The world needs to store billions of tons of carbon. It could start in a surprising place. »

April 23, 2018

A new study co-authored by Katharine Mach hopes to shed new light on carbon capture and storage.

By Chris Mooney, The Washington Post

Jeff Goodell: The Water Will Come »

April 16, 2018

Katharine Mach is mentioned.

MPR News

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

Calif. city with water on 3 sides faces grim future »

December 14, 2017

Katharine Mach discusses "the unevenness of climate change impacts" as sea levels risen and hit Imperial Beach, Californi

By Anne C. Mulkern, Climate Wire

As Humans Fumble Climate Challenge, Interest Grows In Geoengineering »

September 24, 2017

Katherine Mach is quoted on the impacts of climate change as more scholars of geoengineering are increasing their work in

By Jeff McMahon, Forbes

Abandon Florida? Not quite. But it’s time for a retreat from flood zones. »

September 14, 2017

After hurricanes Harvey and Irma devastated thousands of lives and cost millions if not billions of dollars, Christopher F

By Miyuki Hino, Katharine J. Mach, and Christopher B. Field, Vox

What Climate Scientists Want You to See in the Floodwaters »

September 8, 2017

Katharine Mach, a senior research scientist and director of the Stanford Environment Assessment Facility, and Miyuki Hino

By Kathrine Mach and Miyuki Hino, The New York Times

The Dutch, others may have advice for Houston in the future »

September 5, 2017

As Hurricane Harvey's destruction reached Louisiana, Katharine Mach discusses how the Dutch's “top-to-bottom risk managem

Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Harvey may have caught Texas by surprise, but other places have been getting ready for more extreme weather »

August 29, 2017

Katharine Mach is quoted on the effects climate change and increased emissions have in contributing to more extreme weath

By Peter Thomson, WVTF

Shoring up coastal infrastructure is long past due »

August 25, 2017

Christopher Field and Kathrine Mach contri

By Roger-Mark De Souza, Chris Field, Alice Hill and Kathrine Mach, The Hill

California effort to fight climate change just got some good news »

August 21, 2017

Study by Christopher Field and Kathrine Mach

By Chelsea Harvey, The Orange County Register

Coverage: Growing Carbon Offsets on Trees »

August 14, 2017

A pioneering California program to sell carbon offsets has surprising environmental benefits – including providing habitat for endangered species – and provides lessons for initiatives under develo

KPCC Radio ("Take Two"), Washington Post, Scientific America, et al.

Everyone’s Talking About That Leaked Government Climate Report. Here’s Why It Actually Matters. »

August 8, 2017

Katharine Mach comments on Climate Science Special Report and its validity and implications

By Zahra Hirji, Buzz Feed

A Beach Town’s Dilemma: Protect Homes or Save the Shore? »

July 21, 2017

Katharine Mach is quoted on the issues arising from the Del Mar walkable beach

By Anne C. Mulkern, Scientific America

The Reasoner: Interview with Katharine Mach »

July 1, 2017

Q&A with Katherine Mach about uncertainty representation, evidence aggregation, decision under uncertainty and other scientific issues.

By Casey Helgeson, The Reasoner

Stop hoping we can fix climate change by pulling carbon out of the air, scientists warn »

May 22, 2017

Discusses paper coathored by Katharine Mach and Chris Field showing there isn’t enough land available to make carbon sequestration a feasible solution.

By Chelsea Harvey, Washington Post

Focus on carbon removal a “high-stakes gamble” »

May 20, 2017

Discusses paper coauthored by Katharine Mach and Christopher Field, arguing that both negative emissions technology and a commitment to quickly cutting carbon dioxide emissions as much as possible

By Bobby Magill, Salon (via Climate Central)

Climate Change Threats, Managed Retreats »

March 30, 2017

Some coastal communities are considering orderly surrender to rising oceans. Stanford graduate student Miyuki Hino discusses related study co-authored with Katharine Mach and Chris Field.