Inside Stanford Earth
Stanford Earth professor Rob Jackson explains what it would take for a volcanic eruption to cool the Earth.
Geological Sciences professor Jef Caers discusses his new book, which explores how quantifying uncertainty can inform exploration, appraisal and development of subsurface resources.
"Figuring out a way to intensify agriculture on a global scale without the use of toxic pesticides remains a major challenge for humanity,” says Stanford Earth professor Roz Naylor.
“It’s absolutely the case that emissions and growth can be decoupled,” says Stanford Earth's Marshall Burke, whose research has shown the economic benefits of mitigation will be much larger than previously believed.