Three Stanford faculty elected fellows of the Ecological Society of America.
April 4, 2019 | Stanford News Service
Woods environmental research grants featured
The implications and prospects for a sweeping new conservation law.
Expanding monoculture threatens valuable services from land, such as flood control, water purification and climate stabilization. A new approach... Read More
Story series exploring health consequences of climate change, and how to lessen their severity.
In warmer temperatures suicide rates increase, leading to concerns about an uptick in suicides as the globe continues to warm. But researchers offer... Read More
The sweeping plan to overhaul transportation, energy and other sectors failed a recent U.S. Senate vote, but remains a political lighting rod.... Read More
The emerging genre of climate fiction or Cli-Fi holds promise for educating and motivating readers to action on climate change.
In Jordan, one of the most water-poor nations, predictions of future droughts depend on the scale of climate change. Without reducing greenhouse... Read More