From fieldwork in Hawaii to testifying in Congress, Kate Brauman, Environment and Resources PhD ’10, developed a career in water policy by embracing interdisciplinary interests, following her personal values, and being open to new opportunities – even when her path forward wasn’t clear.
Fire season has begun in California and across the West. With climate change, fuel accumulation, and increased development in the wildland-urban interface, every year is now a high-risk year. Experts discuss strategies for managing wildfire risks, including incentive structures, regulations, partnerships and financing.
Rob Dunbar, Nicole Ardoin and Jenny Suckale are among the recipients of 2020 Environmental Venture Projects (EVP) and Realizing Environmental Innovation Program (REIP) grants awarded by the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment.
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