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All News: Rodolfo Dirzo

panelists speaking
February 10, 2023 | Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability
The second event in a new dean’s lecture series through the Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability featured environmental justice experts in energy... Read More
The 2022 Rising Environmental Leaders Program cohort pose in front of the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C.
December 19, 2022 | Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
We’re looking back at important environmental research and news in 2022 – and looking ahead with hope for the future.
September 13, 2022 | Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
A new Stanford University-led study in Costa Rica reveals that restoring relatively narrow strips of riverfront forests could substantially improve... Read More
monarch butterfly
April 26, 2021 | Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
Up to 1 million animal and plant species are now threatened with extinction, according to a UN report from the Intergovernmental Science-Policy... Read More
November 9, 2020 | University of California, Santa Barbara
The black rats weren’t supposed to be there, on Palmyra Atoll. Likely arriving at the remote Pacific islet network as stowaways with the U.S. Navy... Read More
September 24, 2020 | Stanford News
Seventeen seed grants have been awarded to faculty pursuing a broad scope of sustainability research as part of the efforts of a Long-Range Vision... Read More
javelinas by border wall
July 24, 2018
Stanford biologists discuss border region's unique natural ecosystems and a continuous barrier’s potential ecological damage.
A white-lipped peccary
October 9, 2017
With abundant data on plants, large animals and their activity, and carbon soil levels in the Amazon, Stanford-led research suggests that large... Read More
Bornean gibbon
July 10, 2017
Biologists say disappearance of species tells only part of the story of human impact on Earth’s animals. The first such global evaluation finds more... Read More