Noah Diffenbaugh on what we don't know about how global warming will likely impact humans
"A prominent scientist loudly advocating for sweeping public policy changes," climate researcher Ken Caldeira is professor (by courtesy) in Environmental Earth System Science.
Chris Field, Mark Zoback named to National Academy of Sciences advisory group for Gulf of Mexico program
Stanford professors Chris Field and Mark Zoback are among 24 advisors appointed by the National Academy of Sciences to design programs focused on human health, environmental protection and oil system safety for the Gulf of Mexico and U.S. Outer Continental Shelf.
California Gov. Jerry Brown accepted a consensus statement signed by 520 scientists, including 48 from Stanford, that sounds the alarm on climate change and offers recommendations for solving global environmental challenges.
Environmental science grad student, KZSU DJ and podcast producer will spend summer at KQED in San Francisco
David Lobell and his team apply a model of global agricultural trade to investigate the benefits of investing in agricultural adaptation
Assistant Professor David Lobell is interviewed in "Heat and Harvest", a half-hour documentary co-produced by KQED and the Center for Investigative Reporting.
"We mostly experience weather and climate through the extreme," said one of the report's top editors, Chris Field, an ecologist with the Carnegie Institution of Washington [and professor, Department of Environmental Earth System Science, School of Earth Sciences]. "That's where we have the losses. That's where we have the insurance payments. That's where things have the potential to fall apart.
Election to the National Academy of Engineering is among the highest professional distinctions accorded to an engineer. Academy membership honors those who have made outstanding contributions to "engineering research, practice, or education, including significant contributions to the engineering literature" and to the "pioneering of new and developing technologies."
The second annual Climate Science Day provided a non-partisan opportunity for scientists of many disciplines to build relationships and provide members of Congress access to the best possible climate science information.