Gabrielle Wong-Parodi News & Media Mentions
Earth Day and beyond
Personal experience and disaster adaptation
Surveys of people exposed to wildfires and hurricanes show that negative experiences with these events are associated with elevated perceived risk for specific climate hazards and self-reported adaptation behaviors, as well as increased support for interventions. The findings could help shape public communications and policy.
A new effort to help communities adapt to climate change
How do people respond to wildfire smoke?
Inspiring collaboration: Grants empower experts to tackle environmental challenges
How does climate change affect migration?
April 2021 saw a 20-year high in the number of people stopped at the U.S./Mexico border, and President Joe Biden recently raised the cap on annual refugee admissions. Stanford researchers discuss how climate change’s effect on migration will change, how we can prepare for the impacts and what kind of policies could help alleviate the issue.