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August 8th 
Characterization of Nanoporus Materials Workshop

August 13th
Water Underfoot

Watch SLAC researchers develop the next generation of lithium-ion batteries. 
Stanford's Water in the West program offers new way to view groundwater resources
July 31st, 2014

How to power California with wind,water and sun
July 24th, 2014

Big Data for Energy and Environment
July 15th, 2014

How to Feed the World 
July 14th, 2014

Researchers figure out how to make more efficient fuel cells
July 9th, 2014

Weighing the value and risks of climate engineering
July 3rd, 2014

Newly launched satellite will help predict future changes in climate, say Stanford researchers
July 3rd, 2014
The latest updates on sustainability at Stanford...
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Stanford Announces New Water Reduction Requirements
Water restrictions have been initiated as the campus continues to address the effects of the California drought.  Faculty, staff, and students are being asked to participate in conservation efforts.  Learn More
Photo Credit: Shah Selbe
STARS Confirms Stanford's Commitment to Sustainability
Stanford recently renewed its Gold rating through AASHE’s Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System 2.0, achieving a higher score than in the past despite a more strenuous new framework. Learn More
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Stephen H. Schneider to be inducted into California Hall of Fame
Stephen H. Schneider will be  honored on October 1, 2014 for his successful career in climate science.  The Woods senior fellow first alerted the public to climate change in 1972. Learn More
Sustainability At Stanford: A Year in Review To Go Digital
Office of Sustainability is collaborating with campus partners to create the 2013-14 Sustainability at Stanford: A Year in Review. This fully digital, cross-campus report is scheduled to be released in the fall.  Learn More
Precourt Institute Releases New E-Book Series on Energy
Precourt Institute for Energy has created an e-book series which introduces the basic concepts of energy.  The two-volume series is targeted to grades 8-13 and can be downloaded free of charge.  Learn More
Plug Load Inventory Passes Halfway Mark
The campus-wide Plug Load Equipment Inventory will continue through the end of August. Through this effort, eight Sustainable Stanford student interns are collecting data on electronic equipment in 250 main campus buildings, with 148 buildings complete to date.  Learn More
Sustainable Stanford Interns Make a Difference on Campus
Nearly 25 students participated in the inaugural year of the Sustainable Stanford Internship Program. Internships included research, project management, and outreach on a diverse set of sustainability topics. Learn More
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