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Rjp Schmitt May 15
In our comment in we highlight opportunities for a renewable energy future with least impacts on the world's rivers
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Natural Capital Project May 15
Expanding generation while protecting and livelihoods: NatCap's with 's & others comment on creative solutions that save money and protect people. Check out the story:
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Natural Capital Project May 15
Comment piece in builds on and report, highlighting opportunities for preserving large through strategic planning of energy systems:
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Natural Capital Project May 15
"It's a challenge to find opportunities for expanding energy while protecting & livelihoods. Today, a strategic mix of renewables offers practical alternatives to big "-NatCap's on comment w/
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Stanford Woods Institute May 13
New Report | "Due to the revolution, power systems can now be low carbon, low cost, and low impact on rivers, the environment and people."
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Chris Field May 10
Paper proposes criteria for ecosystem-based mgmt aimed @ to global change & uncertainties & integrating social & biophysical components—R Silva, V Chávez, T Bouma, B van Tussenbroek, K Arkema & others
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Natural Capital Project May 10
3.7.0 is here! Not only is everything faster & more reliable, but the new version includes completely rebuilt Risk Assessment & Vulnerability models! Another great release by the NatCap software team: & Joanna Lin
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Chris Field May 9
New paper shows only 37% of longer than 1000km remain free-flowing over their entire length & only 23% flow uninterrupted to the ocean w/ those mostly in remote regions like the Arctic— & others
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StanfordFoodSecurity May 9
" offers an unprecedented combination of fine spatial resolution and temporal frequency." - That's why we're so excited to announce our new partnership with & !
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Natural Capital Project May 9
"Understanding the factors impacting river is crucial to understand which rivers should be prioritized for or restoration." - NatCap hydrologist on new study in
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Kate Brauman May 8
We KNOW changes in affect people. Really nice summary of how those impact line up with the lead by in the .
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Kate Brauman May 9
Excellent conversation about what the means for , people, and hope for the future!
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Natural Capital Project May 6
"A key focus of our chapter is the . We explore the ways in which can--and in some cases must--be understood as we as a global society work to achieve the ambitious agenda laid out by the SDGs"-
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The Nature Conservancy May 6
The new biodiversity report says we are exploiting natural resources faster than they can be renewed. The good news? Business as usual is not our only option. Nature itself is a solution, if we give it the chance.
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Natural Capital Project May 6
"We want to find all on Earth. A convolutional is a good approach, but we need 2 things for it to work: images of dams for training & images of Earth to search. We get both from ." -NatCap software architect on proj led by
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Chris Field May 6
New report: "Nature & its vital contributions to people, which together embody biodiversity & ecosystem functions & services, are deteriorating worldwide." contributions by & many more
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Kate Brauman May 6
Declines in and matter because they affect us! The clearly finds decline in & , the benefits of nature on which ALL life depends.
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Kate Brauman May 6
If you're in the UK - I'll be on at ~19.15 talking about the and how changes in are affecting all of us!
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MIT EAPS May 6
Tonight at the / Kendall Lecture: Stanford's Gretchen Daily will describe how researchers are valuing nature, and the risks and costs of its loss, in policy and finance – using new forms of science, data, software, and engagement.
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Stanford Water in the West May 2
Wondering what the latest research on is? Our latest insight dives into the work various groups across are doing on green infrastructure to tackle issues like , and aging infrastructure.
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