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March 17, 2023 | Stanford Natural Capital Project
It is often not rising seas, but sinking land due to human activities that puts coastal populations most at risk, according to new study.
March 15, 2023 | Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
According to the International Energy Agency’s latest analysis, global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions reached a record high in 2022. Emissions... Read More
March 13, 2023 | Stanford News Service
Scientists studied a unique group of Antarctic minke whales and found that these gigantic mammals actually represent the smallest possible body size... Read More
March 13, 2023 | Center for Innovation in Global Health
Stanford biologists discuss critical new findings and their implications for global health.
March 8, 2023 | Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
Woods Senior Research Scholar Michael Wara addresses U.S. Senate Committee on the Budget about the economic risks of climate-fueled wildfire
March 6, 2023 | Stanford King Center on Global Development
Anna-Katharina von Krauland’s research on potential wind farm development in the US and India could help ease the transition to renewable energy.
March 2, 2023 | Stanford School of Humanities and Sciences
Stanford population ecologist and environmental activist Paul R. Ehrlich discusses his new autobiography, Life: A Journey Through Science and... Read More
March 2, 2023 | Stanford Center for Innovation in Global Health
Sustained investment over ten years will help ensure health & educational equity on a warming planet