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Science and insights for people who care about Earth, its resources and its environment
Op-eds written by Stanford students have begun to be published — one outcome of a new Stanford Earth class that teaches students how to advocate for environmental policy issues.
Stanford Earth's Eric Lambin, a professor of Earth system science, received a 2017 Environmental Venture Projects grant from the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment to assess adults' perceptions of pro-environment labeling on tobacco products.
Stanford Earth's Noah Diffenbaugh, a professor of Earth system science, chose this year's reading assignments for incoming first-year students, which explore the relationship between people and the environment.
Stanford Earth's Rod Ewing and George Washington University's Allison Macfarlane say the reopening of Yucca Mountain as a radioactive waste repository "will not address the systemic problems of the U.S. nuclear waste program."