February 2008             


Y2E2 Building Dedication on March 4

The dedication of the Jerry Yang and Akiko Yamazaki (Y2E2) Building at Stanford will be held on March 4.

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Stanford on iTunes

Download podcasts of Woods fellows Stephen Palumbi, Pamela Matson, Richard Luthy, Rob Dunbar, Gretchen Daily, Lynn Orr and others at Stanford on iTunes U.

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Sustainable Places Forum: Leadership in the Public and Private Sectors

The public is invited to attend two panels on the role of business and government in sustainability, with members of the Stanford faculty, San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom, Yahoo’s Christina Page and others policy and business leaders.

Tues., March 4, 1-4 p.m., Memorial Auditorium.

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Living Corals: Thousands of Years Old Hold Clues to Past Climate Changes

Woods fellow Rob Dunbar and colleagues have discovered ancient living corals that may hold clues about the conditions of the ocean over many centuries.

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Areas of Africa, Asia Face Crop Losses Due to Climate Change, FSE Study Finds

Many of the world's poorest regions could face severe crop losses in the next two decades because of climate change, according to researchers in the Program on Food Security and the Environment.

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Young Environmental Scholars (YES) Workshop

The first workshop organized by and for Stanford graduate students and postdocs to create a campus community of young environmental scholars, March 4-5.

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"Is Rabbit's Relative a Warming Victim?" (Sacramento Bee)

Woods senior fellow Terry Root is quoted.

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Op-Ed: "The Oil Paradox"

Guest column by Woods senior fellow David Victor.

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"Actions Don't Match 'Green' Attitudes"

Woods senior fellow Jon Krosnick is quoted.

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“Corals May Get Help Adapting to Warmer Waters”
(Washington Post)

Woods senior fellow Steve Palumbi is quoted.

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Energy Seminar

The Stanford community is invited to attend the weekly Energy Seminar, an interdisciplinary series of talks primarily by Stanford experts on a broad range of energy topics.

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Environmental Forum

Stanford faculty, students and staff are invited to attend this weekly forum on environmental issues.

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Sustainable Built Environment Seminars

The Stanford community is invited to attend seminars on innovative ways of creating a built environment that is both sustainable and livable.

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Troubled Waters

The public is invited to attend “Troubled Waters,” a series of talks about water.

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