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February 22, 2018
Seafood provides sustenance for billions of people and livelihoods for tens of millions, yet the full global reach of high seas fishing has remained... Read More
Palau
February 14, 2018
Nations and territories on small islands in the Pacific Ocean are likely to be some of the most drastically affected by global climate change. That’s... Read More
Noah Diffenbaugh
February 14, 2018
The individual commitments made by parties of the United Nations Paris Agreement are not enough to fulfill the agreement’s overall goal of limiting... Read More
oil palm fruit
February 12, 2018
You want chocolate. You scan the market shelf for a bar with a Fair Trade or Rainforest Alliance certification because you don't want your indulgence... Read More
February 8, 2018
Renewable energy solutions are often hindered by the inconsistencies of power produced by wind, water and sunlight and the continuously fluctuating... Read More
Cape Town, South Africa
February 7, 2018
Experts are now predicting that Cape Town will run out of water in May. How did it get into this situation? A variety of actors have conspired to put... Read More
Study data collectors measure a child’s growth in Dhaka, Bangladesh, to assess impact of water, sanitation and hygiene interventions.
January 29, 2018
Despite mounting research over the last decade linking poor sanitation to stunted growth in children, a new study found that children born into... Read More
Deforestation in Australia's Toolangi State Forest.
January 29, 2018
When the world's largest fast food company announced in 2015 that it planned to use only cage-free eggs, poultry farmers scrambled to meet the new... Read More
Chris Field
January 25, 2018
Welcome to the first newsletter of 2018 from the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment. For 2018, we will be adding the occasional perspective... Read More

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