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E-IPER’s Hajin Kim works at the intersection of law and environment

The Daily talked with Kim about her path to Stanford and her ongoing interdisciplinary research in law and environmental issues.

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Researchers Aim to Put Carbon Dioxide Back to Work

Scientists are asking, rather than throwing away or storing CO2, how about recycling some of it?

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With new tools, a focus on urban methane leaks

Until recently, little was known about the extent of methane leaking from urban gas distribution pipes and its impact on global warming. But recent advances in detecting this potent greenhouse gas are pushing U.S. states to begin addressing this long-neglected problem.

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Study finds that fracking contaminated a water supply

New research by Rob Jackson implicates fracking in the contamination of drinking water in Pavillion, Wyoming.

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Feeding the future

Planting cover crops at the Stanford Educational Farm

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Stop Attacking Scientists for Reporting the Truth on Climate Change

In a new op-ed, Chris Field and AAAS CEO Rush Holt says that attacks on the integrity of climate scientists are red herrings that distract Americans from the imminent threat of a rapidly warming world.

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