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May 3, 2022 | Stanford Magazine
Feature story on a historic hydropower and healthy rivers agreement brokered by a working group organized by Woods senior research scholar Dan... Read More
May 2, 2022 | Stanford News Service
Stanford biologist José Dinneny is studying why one plant grows faster in stressful conditions. His results could help scientists engineer food and... Read More
April 29, 2022 | Stanford News Service
Nine Stanford faculty have been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, one of the country’s oldest and most prestigious honorary... Read More
April 25, 2022 | Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
One of the most ambitious conservation efforts ever, California’s 30×30 initiative aims to protect plant and animal life across 30 percent of the... Read More
April 21, 2022 | Stanford Graduate School of Education
Nicole Ardoin and her team work to understand how people feel about the world around them — and what they’re able and willing to do to protect it.
April 18, 2022 | Stanford Precourt Institute for Energy
A Stanford-led team developed a solar-powered technology to improve the quality and quantity of dried agricultural produce and potentially double... Read More
April 15, 2022 | Stanford School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences
Richard Nevle, deputy director of Stanford’s Earth Systems Program, discusses his forthcoming collection of essays about the Sierra Nevada mountain... Read More
April 12, 2022 | Stanford School of Earth, Energy and the Environment
Analysis of data from 140 countries suggests many rich countries could use less energy per capita without compromising health, happiness or... Read More
April 8, 2022 | Stanford Graduate School of Business
The world of climate promises and carbon offsets is “like the Wild West, where anything goes,” says Stefan Reichelstein.

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