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Earth Matters
Science and insights for people who care about Earth, its resources and its environment November 2016
Earth Matters curates research from across Stanford on topics including energy, natural hazards, food, freshwater resources, climate change, and others. This monthly alert will notify you of the latest material available.
white house

How will the election affect environmental policy?

Stanford experts suggest what a Trump presidency could mean for environmental regulation, international agreements, and the Keystone Pipeline.
young African girl

New spatial analysis maps high child-mortality hotspots in Africa

A new spatial analysis from Stanford shows that progress in combating child mortality has been highly uneven, even within countries where overall declines are substantial.   
Fran Ulmer

Rapid Arctic warming has global effects  

Seasoned Arctic strategy expert Fran Ulmer brought science and policy together in a wide-ranging lecture that laid out the importance of Arctic climate to the rest of the world. 
Texas and Oklahoma stress maps

New maps reveal safe locations for wastewater injection

New maps of the geologic forces contributing to earthquakes in Texas and Oklahoma could help reduce the likelihood of manmade temblors associated with wastewater injection.
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