Nicole Ardoin is quoted in an answer to the question "Am I a bad parent if I sacrifice holiday cheer for the environment?"
Please join us for an Environmental Forum with Jason Mika, 2019 Fulbright Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga Scholar and senior lecturer at Massey University.
Dr. Mika’s talk will focus on his research of Indigenous entrepreneurship in Aotearoa New Zealand, its contribution to sustainable development and how the wisdom of our elders can inform efforts to achieve multidimensional wellbeing. Dr. Mika will also offer some insights on his Fulbright research in the United States that relate to this topic.
Each year, thousands of scientists from across the globe come together at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) annual fall meeting to share new findings and research on pressing topics facing our world, including climate change, extreme events, environmental pollution, groundwater resources and more.
Multiple outlets reported on a recent study led by Stanford postdoc Xiaogang He that found that adding renewable energy to California's power grid could help conserve the state's groundwater.
Nov. 13, 2019 | Wind & solar can save the planet — can they save our water supply, too? | Grist
Director Chris Field is quoted in an article about the rise of "reforestation" projects.
If you like to walk in the woods, raft a river, dig in a garden or look at butterflies, you could become an agent of change.
Since 2004, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment seed grants have played a vital role in realizing Stanfords vision of a vibrant interdisciplinary academy that can generate solutions to the most pressing environmental problems of our time. The Environmental Venture Projects (EVP) and the Realizing Environmental Innovation Program (REIP) have a strong track record of kick-starting high-risk, high-reward interdisciplinary research. The reach of these programs is broad: the Institute has granted more than $15 million to 103 research teams spanning all seven of Stanfords schools and 34 of its departments. These projects have touched more than 29 countries around the globe.