Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

NEWS & PRESS RELEASES: Nicole Ardoin

Redwood trees

What do Redwoods Have to do With Climate Change? »

October 6, 2016

Can iconic redwood trees inspire climate change awareness and action? Stanford researcher will investigate, as part of multi-institution, interdisciplinary project.

By Lorena Anderson, University of California, Merced

muskrat

New Ideas for a Changing Environment »

July 12, 2016

Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment Announces 2016 Environmental Venture Projects and Realizing Environmental Innovation Program Grants

By Devon Ryan, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

girl scouts

Girl Scouts Help Drive Energy-Saving Decisions »

July 11, 2016

Stanford researchers found that when Girl Scouts participated in energy-saving education programs, they improved their energy-use behaviors and influenced their families to do so as well.

By Rosemary Mena-Werth, Stanford News Service

Fostering Interdisciplinary Collaboration »

January 6, 2016

Young Environmental Scholars conference encourages communication across disciplines

By Paige Miller

Yellow cedars show dieback in a stand south of Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve in Alaska.

Climate Change Requires New Conservation Models »

October 15, 2015

In a world transformed by climate change and human activity, Stanford scientists say that conserving biodiversity and protecting species will require an interdisciplinary combination of ecological and social research...

By Ker Than, Stanford School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences

Children experience an exhibit at the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito, Calif.

Learning From a Day at the Zoo  »

December 17, 2014

Stanford researcher and colleagues receive NSF grant to study science learning at zoos

By Brooke Donald, Graduate School of Education

'Remaking' Polluted Places »

May 6, 2014

Visible results of watershed restoration efforts inspire citizen action in one of the country's most environmentally damaged regions, according to Stanford research that points the way to more...

By Rob Jordan, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment