Y2E2, the home base for E-IPER, went through an extensive evaluation and now proudly holds the highest certification for sustainability from the U.S. Green Building Council.
PhD alum Amy Pickering and affiliated faculty Steve Luby are among the team of researchers working to create safe water for one of the most densely populated spots in the world.
Affiliated faculty Noah Diffenbaugh and Chris Field report that the planet is undergoing one of the largest changes in climate since the dinosaurs went extinct.
Affiliated faculty Fiorenza Micheli co-authored a paper that examines why remote wilderness matters, and how best to conserve it.
Affiliated faculty Jonathan Koomey co-authored a study showing that larger server farms can cut electricity use and greenhouse gas emissions.
Affiliated faculty Chris Field says the notion that we'll avoid serious damage to the world's climate if we limit the warming of the atmosphere to a 2-degree-Celsius rise in temperature is untrue.
A free, open-source software tool developed by researchers from the Natural Capital Project at the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment guides cost-effective investments in nature for clean and reliable water.
On Sunday, June 16, we celebrated the graduation of E-IPER PhDs, MBA-MS and JD-MS students.
In the past 40 years, research conducted at Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve has transformed fundamental ecology science. Now, interdisciplinary studies are providing more guidance than ever on how to apply that work to help conserve the planet.
Former Vice President and Nobel Peace Prize winner Al Gore calls for passionate action to reverse "degraded" state of democracy.