SAGE: Sound Advice for a Green Earth, is a Stanford project led by E-IPER lecturer Tom Hayden where students answer the public's questions on sustainability in a regular column. The project is dedicated to providing sound environmental information and advice and concerned citizens are taking notice. SAGE was recently featured in The Peninsula Press and SF Gate and was mentioned in the widely read blogs, Tree Hugger and Boing Boing.
E-IPER PhD student Justin Mankin answers the question, "Why does the West, after nearly a decade of war in Afghanistan, still have no viable strategy for fighting corruption?"
Seaports are not prepared to protect themselves from future sea level rise due to climate change, E-IPER PhD student Austin Becker and colleagues reveal.
E-IPER Joint MBA-MS student Yohei Iwasaki wins a seed funding award for his fledgling business, mOasis.
Spring Newsletter features stories about interdisciplinary scholarship, teaching, water management, and much more.
E-IPER affiliated faculty member David Lobell and colleagues model temperature and precipitation effects on various global crop yields.
New approach to manage California's aquatic ecosystems proposed by E-IPER affiliated faculty member Buzz Thompson and colleagues.
Modeling the path of fish farm waste, E-IPER affiliated faculty Oliver Fringer, Jeff Koseff, and Roz Naylor suggest that effluent may impact coastal communities more severely than expected.
E-IPER lecturer Tom Hayden and journalism students dive into the Natural Capital Project to blog about the human side of research.
Interdisciplinary fellows, including E-IPER PhD students Amy Pickering, Marilyn Cornelius, and Rachelle Gould, pursue research on challenging global social and environmental issues.