Center News and Notes

Photo courtesy of Allison Chow

  • Out West student blog
As she works to support energy development with the Yurok Tribe, Allison Chow navigates the unique relationship between tribes, investor-owned utilities, and the state 

Photo courtesy of Theo Gress

  • Out West student blog
Theo Gress shares how studying the past ecology of a place can inspire better restoration work.

Photo courtesy of Ahmad Koya

  • Out West student blog
Ahmad Koya works to preserve Skyline Forest while ensuring the broader community of Central Oregon has a say in the conservation efforts.

A beaver chews on vegetation in a beaver pond. (Image credit: iStockPhoto/Rejean Bedard)

  • Topics of the West
A Stanford water policy expert discusses how investments in nature could simultaneously help states bolster water supplies and achieve their climate goals.

Photo courtesy of David Lee

  • Out West student blog
David Lee's work at the California Air Resources Board has centered on establishing a foundation for how zero-emission technologies, especially hydrogen, can play a role in the rail industry.