"As economic conditions worsen, that might also worsen mental health," Stanford Earth's Marshall Burke explains. There also might be "a plausible biological linkage between temperature, thermal regulation and how the brain regulates its own emotion."
Stanford's Katharine Mach is mentioned as one of 91 leading scientists from 40 countries who examined more than 6,000 scientific studies for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's latest report .
Stanford Earth's Noah Diffenbaugh describes his research showing that, relative to the eventual economic damage of not acting aggressively enough to protect the planet in the future, it would cost much less to make changes now.
Earth System Science professor Rob Dunbar speaks with French publication Le Temps about his work studying the oceans, climate, marine biology, and interactions between human activities and the environment.
"Until the United States can join with the international community to really push the most organized end of the agenda, it's going to be really hard to not fall short," Stanford Earth's Chris Field says.