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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
A peatland site at Linnunsuo in North Karelia, Finland.
February 8, 2023 | Stanford News Service
New analysis shows the U.S. has accounted for more wetland conversion and degradation than any other country. Its findings help better explain the... Read More
Green-bearded Helmetcrest hummingbird
February 6, 2023 | Stanford News Service
Our health and economic stability depend on biodiversity, but our governing policies often fail to address it coherently. An analysis of the world’s... Read More
January 30, 2023 | Stanford News Service
Artificial intelligence provides new evidence our planet will cross the global warming threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius within 10 to 15 years. Even... Read More
Flooding water out of heavy rain clouds in the Californian region
January 26, 2023 | Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
Stanford and local experts discuss ways to mitigate risk to communities and infrastructure amid dramatic swings between flood and drought.
January 25, 2023 | Stanford Report
More than 100 students from diverse backgrounds and fields of study were drawn to a fall class exploring the connection between the health of people... Read More
January 24, 2023 | Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
Plant-based and lab-grown meat substitutes are here to stay, but are unlikely to eliminate livestock agriculture’s climate and land use impacts... Read More
Dr. Elora López-Nandam sampling corals for a study of mutations and how they may help corals adapt quickly. Photo by Dan Griffin.
January 20, 2023 | Hopkins Marine Station
A new study from Steve Palumbi's lab shows that corals are constantly changing and testing their genes.
January 19, 2023 | Stanford News Service
According to a recent study, when providers act to curtail water use or invest in new infrastructure because of a drought, bills can rise for low-... Read More