July-August 2010
Woods Institute Awards New Round of Environmental Venture Projects
Four Stanford faculty teams have been awarded Environmental Venture Projects (EVP) grants for interdisciplinary research promoting global sustainability. On Oct. 1, the Woods Institute will hold its second annual EVP Forum for Stanford faculty. Watch for details in the September E-Newsletter.
A Tale of Two Atolls: EVP Research Team Studies the Impact of Fishing on Coral Reef Ecosystems
Large Majority of the Public Support Government Solutions to Address Global Warming
Three out of four Americans believe that the Earth has been gradually warming as the result of human activity and want the government to institute regulations to stop it, according to a June survey by Senior Fellow Jon Krosnick.
Scientific Expertise Lacking among 'Doubters' of Climate Change, Says Senior Fellow Stephen Schneider
Video Debate: Senior Fellow Mark Jacobson vs. Stewart Brand on the Need for Nuclear Energy
Wastewater Summit Highlights the Value of Sewage as a Rich Resource
A report on the May 2010 Uncommon Dialogue with San Francisco Bay Area water officials, environmentalists and entrepreneurs on implementing a regional wastewater recovery program.
Whaling: Politics, Science and Ethics
In a special blog for PRI's "The World," Senior Fellow Stephen Palumbi discusses a proposal to lift the international moratorium on commercial and scientific whaling.
Center Fellow Michael Wara Comments on Regulatory Fallout from the BP Oil Spill
High-Yield Agriculture Slows Pace of Global Warming, Say Stanford Researchers
Advances in agriculture achieved during the Green Revolution have not only helped feed the planet but also helped slow the pace of global warming, according to a study co-authored by Center Fellow David Lobell of the Program on Food Security and the Environment.
Q&A: Senior Fellow Rosamond Naylor on Feeding the World
University of Minnesota's Institute on the Environment to Partner with the Natural Capital Project
Leopold Leadership Program Hosts All-Cohort Reunion 2010
The Leopold Leadership Program held an All Cohort Reunion June 20-23. Participants included senior fellows Lisa Curran, Chris Field, Pamela Matson and Rosamond Naylor.
Graduate Students Marilyn Cornelius and Rachelle Gould Awarded Environment and Energy Fellowships
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