Inside Stanford Earth
Earth System Science professor Scott Fendorf discusses the prevalence and potential contamination of chromium in California's groundwater in light of ongoing policy discussions.
"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.
A study co-authored by Eric Lambin, a professor of Earth system science, finds greenhouse gases and deforestation would increase due to a new European directive to reduce emissions by 2030.
Stanford Earth professor Rob Jackson comments on oil and gas activity found in freshwater aquifers and questions the wisdom of continuing policies from the 1950s, when many wells were drilled.