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Stories from the front lines

Scientists, journalists and editors at Climate Central offered tips, tools, strategies and best practices to Stanford students throughout their “Communicating Climate Change: Navigating stories from the frontlines” course. 

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Howard Zebker Elected 2016 AGU Fellow

Stanford Earth's Howard Zebker was chosen by the American Geophysical Union to be one of its 60 new Fellows

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Rob Dunbar Awarded 2016 SCAR Medal for Excellence

The Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research has awarded Rob Dunbar its 2016 Medal for Excellence in Antarctic Research.

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Classy Classes

Over the weekend of May 21 and 22, the 15 students enrolled in the spring quarter offering of GS 191: “SE3 Field Trips” trekked to Point Reyes National Seashore, where they observed the geology of the California coast and the San Andreas Fault.

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Response to Donald Trump Statements about California Drought

Noah Diffenbaugh answers questions about Donald Trump's statements about the California Drought.

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Firm footing for cloud seeding

Rob Jackson expresses skepticism about a new cloud seeding proposal.

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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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