MEDIA COVERAGE FACULTY: Richard Luthy
Richard Luthy comments on the construction of the new Calaveras Dam and its implications on the community and climate chan
By Dominic Fracassa,
By Laura Geggel,
Stanford professor Richard Luthy and graduate student Jonathan Bradshaw have developed new methods of collection water to
By Zhou Xin,
Richard Luthy and Jonathan Bradshaw are mention in the development of AquaCharge, a new way to replenish aquifers
By Edmund L. Andrews,
Richard Luthy comments on a study illuminating light of the ongoing crisis with contaminated water at Flint Michigan.
By Robin Kazmier,
Richard Luthy on the importance of replacing lead piping.
By Amanda Mikelberg,
Richard Luthy and Sebastien Tilmans explain how the Codina Resource Recovery Center demonstrates Stanford's ability to deal with the one million gallons of wastewater the campus creates per day.
By Angela Johnston,
Richard Luthy explains why water recycling, not just conservation, is critical to the future of Western cities.
By Zack Colman,
Senior Fellow Dick Luthy (Civil and Environmental Engineering) discusses the need for new water sources
By Molly Peterson,
Senior Fellow Dick Luthy (engineering) sees storm water capture as an opportunity to increase supply levels in urban environments.
By ADAM NAGOURNEY,
Senior Fellow Dick Luthy (engineering) states that it can be advantageous to use gray water but it needs to be studied more carefully because there's an opportunity for exposure to pathogens.
By Matt Stevens,
Senior Fellow Dick Luthy (engineering) states that "sponge cities" are a new way of thinking about stormwater, not as a problem but as an opportunity and a resource to augment our water supply.
By Mark Harris,
Quotes Senior Fellow Chris Field (Humanities and Sciences) on how climate change can impact weather patterns, and Senior Fellow
By Rupa Shenoy,
Cites research findings by Senior Woods Fellow Alexandria Boehm (Engineering), Senior Woods Fellow
By Puneet Kollipara,
Quotes Senior Fellow Dick Luthy at groundbreaking for new water recovery plant that grew out of a Woods Environmental Venture Project led by Senior Fellow Craig Criddle
By Kara Guzman,
Describes efforts to clean Mountain Lake in San Francisco by Niveen Ismail, a Stanford graduate student in environmental engineering working with Woods Senior Fellow Dick Luthy
By David Perlman,
Quotes Senior Fellow Dick Luthy on an innovative approach to producing more drinking water in Silicon Valley - from a controversial source: wastewater
By Amy Standen,