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You can’t judge a book by its cover, goes the saying. Yet, that’s exactly what people do, according to new research from Stanford mechanical engineer... Read More
As the global population approaches 10 billion and the effects of climate change continue to alter familiar agricultural patterns, the world is... Read More
Tapeworm infection from eating contaminated pork can damage the brain, causing learning impairments and possibly enforcing cycles of poverty. A new... Read More
Read about Woods' forum in Washington, D.C. - "Carbon Removal in the Climate Response Portfolio"
Although considered critical to avoiding... Read More
For solutions-oriented researchers, collaboration on and off campus is essential. Yet many scholars find traditional academic training hasn’t... Read More
Good intentions are not the same as good results – as much as half of all water and sanitations systems in developing countries fail after five years... Read More
A judge in California took an unusual step in trying to untangle who is to blame for increasingly frequent droughts, floods and other climate change-... Read More
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As our newsletter’s new moniker implies, harmonizing the needs of people and the environment is central to the Stanford... Read More
As Lieutenant Governor of Alaska from 1994 to 2002, Fran Ulmer was the first female elected to statewide office there. It was one of many pioneering... Read More