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July 23
Sunwork Solar Panel Install

July 28, August 4,11,18
Low Carbon Living for Happiness and Health

Stanford grant programs offer environmental solutions
July 13, 2016

On the path to deep decarbonization: Avoiding the solar wall
July 12, 2016

Girl Scouts can help parents make energy-saving decisions at home, research shows
July 11, 2016

Stanford researchers highlight steps toward sustainable groundwater management in California
June 29, 2016

Stanford scientists find ‘water windfall’ beneath California’s Central Valley
June 27, 2016

Stanford researchers find new way of making hydrogen fuel from water and improve grid-scale batteries
June 17, 2016

Stanford scientists discover coral reef ‘bright spots’ where marine life is surprisingly thriving
June 15, 2016
Earth Systems Program

Precourt Institute for Energy

Sustainable Food at Stanford

Stanford Zone Management

The latest updates on sustainability at Stanford

Share Your Department's Sustainability Story
Office of Sustainability is now accepting content for Stanford's 2015-16 Sustainability at Stanford: A Year in Review. This annual publication showcases the breadth and depth of sustainability efforts on campus in a variety of topics. Submit a snapshot story to recognize your department or organization's leadership! Learn More
SEM Director Recognized for Sustainability Leadership
Joseph Stagner, Executive Director of the Department of Sustainability and Energy Management, received the California Higher Education Sustainability Conference's 2016 Sustainability Champion Award for his leadership in Stanford's path to carbon neutrality. Learn More
Class of 2020 to Receive Free Bike Helmets
Thanks to a generous gift from two Stanford parents, an estimated 1,800 incoming freshmen will receive a free bicycle helmet on their first day at Stanford. More than 13,000 bikes are on the Stanford campus each day. Wearing a helmet strongly enhances the safety of this sustainable transportation option. Learn More
Departments Lead by Example with Cardinal Green Events
Congratulations to the Diversity and Access Office, Department of Political Science, Students for a Sustainable Stanford, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., for each achieving a score of 50% or higher through the Cardinal Green Event Program. Sign up today to learn how your department can reduce the impact of its events. Learn More
Sustainability Champion of the Month
Jeff McKay, LBRE Finance and Administration
Jeff McKay has led the building and commissioning of Stanford's Utility Metering Billing Reporting & Sustainability (UMBRS) system to make campus utility data both accessible and understandable. UMBRS connects disparate devices and metering systems with the billing system to enable building dashboards, reporting, and analytics. These features allow Sustainability and Energy Management personnel and partners to have increased insight into utilities operations and make decisions about resource utilization at Stanford. Thanks for your hard work!
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