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These stories offer a glimpse of the many ways in which faculty and students are addressing some of today's greatest challenges in the Earth and environmental sciences.

Climate change's impact on corn price volatility (Noah Diffenbaugh)
Stanford News Video

Noah Diffenbaugh discusses climate and corn price volatility.

Now Available: Seeds of Sustainability
Island Press by Island Press

Dean and EESS Professor Pamela Matson, EESS Professors Roz Naylor and David Lobell, and fellow colleagues release a new book, Seeds of Sustainability. Now available for purchase.

Watch! "Ecosystem and Food Security in a Changing Climate." Chris Field presents at the AGU Fall Meeting 2011

Video of Professor Chris Field's presentation at the AGU Fall Meeting 2011 on "Ecosystem and Food Security in a Changing Climate."

Food Security, Food Prices and Climate Change with Assistant Professor David Lobell
Stanford University YouTube by Stanford University

Assistant Professor David Lobell explores the latest trends in global food security and hunger and talks about the link between these and other events going on in the world.

CDG Seminar: Reduction of the usable wind-work on the ocean circulation by forced symmetric instability (Thomas)
CDG Seminars by NCAR

Assistant Professor Leif Thomas holds a CGD Seminar on the "Reduction of the usable wind-work on the ocean circulation by forced symmetric instability." Abstract available.

EESS Faculty Presentations @ Energy@Stanford
Precourt Institute for Energy by Precourt Institute for Energy

EESS Professors Noah Diffenbaugh, Christopher Field, and David Lobell present at the 2011 Stanford Graduate Summer Institute

Roz Naylor on the Trade-offs between food and biofuels
YouTube - NearZeroOrg

Youtube video Roz Naylor courtesy of Near Zero.

On-site: NASA interview in the Arctic with ICESCAPE Chief Scientist Kevin Arrigo
NASA What on Earth's Channel

On-site: Chief Scientist and EESS Professor, Kevin Arrigo, EESS participants, and the other members of NASA's ICESCAPE 2011 campaign.