March 2010
Ice Stories: Rob Dunbar Blogs from Antarctic Climate Expedition
Senior Fellow Rob Dunbar has been drilling in - and blogging from - the deep sea off the East Antarctic Ice Sheet in search of clues to Earth's past climate.
Senior Fellow Stephen Schneider Discusses Communicating Science in a Post-Newspaper Era
Op-Ed: Nuclear Power is Too Risky, Says Senior Fellow Mark Jacobson
Woods Institute Co-Hosts Cleantech Panel with California Gubernatorial Campaign Advisers
Global Warming Could Hurt Some Poor Populations, Benefit Others
By 2030, higher temperatures could cause crop shortages and drive up food prices in developing countries, hurting many poor people while lifting others out of poverty, says Center Fellow David Lobell of the Program on Food Security and the Environment.
Warmer Temperatures Pose Major Risks to Food Production in Sub-Saharan Africa
New Insights on Marine Conservation and Climate Change
At the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) annual meeting, Senior Fellow Steve Palumbi presented his latest findings on marine protected areas and how ocean species are reacting to climate change.
Natural Capital Project's Marine Management Research Featured at AAAS Session
Center for Ocean Solutions Releases Factsheet on Marine Spatial Planning Initiative
Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Research Program Applications Due March 1
Stanford faculty are welcome to apply for stipends on behalf of undergraduates to conduct interdisciplinary environmental research in spring or summer 2010.
Energy Seminar, Wednesday, March 3 & 10, 4:15-5:15pm, Bldg. 420, Room 40
Food & Environment Series, Elinor Ostrom, Nobel Laureate, April 8, 7:30-9pm, Annenberg Auditorium
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