The planet may be nearing a critical threshold, beyond which environmental changes will be rapid and unpredictable, according to a study co-authored by E-IPER Affiliated Faculty Elizabeth Hadly.
The "impossible" discovery, spearheaded by E-IPER Affiliated Faculty Kevin Arrigo, is a harbinger of major changes in Arctic ecosystems as the planet warms.
E-IPER Affiliated Faculty Debra Satz explores the moral limits of free markets in a democratic society.
A new study quantifies one of the longest invisible chains of life ever documented.
E-IPER Faculty Director Peter Vitousek discusses his 28 years of working at Stanford.
E-IPER Affiliated Faculty Member Noah Diffenbaugh is first author on a paper published in Nature Climate Change which discusses the affect climate change is having on corn crops.
Created as a product of ENVRES 200, SAGE (Sound Advice for a Green Earth) is a regular column in the Stanford Magazine. A piece about soy was recently featured in the Stanford Report.
Wally Falcon and Jeremy Weinstein are among those that call for policy, aid and innovation to help world’s poorest.
The poster, entitled "Water Wise: Are We Getting Enough Crop per Drop?", describes Kate's work characterizing differences in agricultural water use with respect to location, climate and crop.