Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Asia: Asia

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Natural Flood Mitigation

Deforestation and unplanned development increase the risk of flood damage to lives and property, particularly in dense urban and coastal areas. Decision-makers around the world want to incorporate into planning information about the conditions in which natural ecosystems and land management can help mitigate flood risks.



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Respiratory Disease Solution

Respiratory diseases are a leading cause of child death globally, killing approximately 1.3 million children per year. Poor indoor air quality is a major cause of these infections, and there are indications that improving ventilation could reduce respiratory illnesses. This project will develop and validate a computational framework for predicting ventilation rates in a variety of low-income household layouts and ventilation designs.



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Mealworm-Based Codigestion of Persistent Plastics and Food Wastes



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