Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Past News: 2006

Resilient Coral »

August 12, 2006

Stanford researchers study corals' ability to withstand a changing climate.

By Cassandra Brooks, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

The Globalization of the American Suburb  »

August 12, 2006

Stanford researchers examine the environmental implications of China's dramatic development.

By Mark Shwartz, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Stopping a Child Killer »

August 12, 2006

Stanford researchers look to identify promising, cost-effective approaches to reducing childhood mortality from water and sanitation-related diseases.

By Mark Shwartz, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Understanding Behavior Behind Indoor Air Pollution »

August 12, 2006

Stanford researchers seek practical, low-cost incentives to encourage people to use cleaner, safer cookstoves.

By Allison McCann, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Intensity Spikes in Concern on Warming; Many See a Change in Weather Patterns »

March 26, 2006

The intensity of public concern about global warming has spiked sharply over the last decade, along with a change in personal experience: Half of Americans say weather patterns have grown more unstable and temperatures have risen...

By Jon Krosnick, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, ABC News, Time

“America’s Report Card on the Environment” »

March 21, 2006

According to the first annual installment of a new national survey, majorities of Americans are pessimistic about the state of the natural environment and want a lot to be done to improve its health.

By Jon Krosnick, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, ABC News, Time

Researchers Look at Environmental Costs of Livestock Production »

January 11, 2006

By Kathey Neal, Stanford News Service