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November 19th
OpenXChange Open Office Hours: Responding to Climate Change

November 19th
Energy 360: California’s Groundbreaking New 2015 Energy and Climate Laws – The Path to Sustainability, Paris and Beyond

November 19th
Time to Choose: A Climate Change Solutions Film Screening & Panel

December 1st
Addressing Plug & Process Loads Webinar

Students continue Building 10 demonstration
November 18, 2015

Stanford designs underwater solar cells that turn captured greenhouse gases into fuel
November 18, 2015

Stanford researchers develop new way to measure crop yields from space
November 10, 2015

In the Line of Sight: Wind Energy Breakthrough
November 4, 2015

A Record-setting Way to Make Transparent Conductors
November 2, 2015

New course aims to give students real-world research experience
October 28, 2015

The latest updates on sustainability at Stanford

Stanford Issues Statement on Climate Change
The university issued a statement that urges the global community convening at COP21 to look to universities for innovative climate solutions, highlighting its leadership in both academic and operational endeavors. Stanford also submitted a pledge along with many peer institutions to support the Climate Action Day organized by the White House and State Department for November 19.  Learn More
Turn Down for Break and Win!
Pledge to power down your workspace over Thanksgiving and Winter Closure for your chance to win a $50 gift card. Small actions like turning off lights and removing space heaters add up to significant energy savings each year. Learn More
University Verifies Emissions Inventory
Stanford’s 2014 greenhouse gas emissions inventory was recently verified and is now available through The Climate Registry. Stanford’s verified Scope 1 and 2 emissions totaled 178,784 metric tons of CO2 in 2014—a 2% decrease from 2013. Emissions will continue to decrease substantially in coming years due to SESI. Learn More
Stanford Leads by Example at National Conference
Office of Sustainability members held key roles at this year's Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education Conference in Minneapolis. Photo highlights are now available on the Sustainable Stanford Facebook page. Learn More
Timer Installations Rolling Out Across Campus
Sustainable Stanford interns are installing programmable timers on equipment across campus to reduce the university's plug load energy use. They have already installed 50+ timers, offering a combined cost savings of over $1,000 each year. Learn More
Sustainability Champion of the Month
Jacob Cohn - Libraries Facilities Coordinator
Thanks to Jacob Cohn's  scheduling and logistical support, Green Library, Bing Wing, and Lathrop Library were some of the first buildings on campus to reduce their plug loads through Sustainable Stanford's new equipment timer installation program. The 21 timers installed throughout the buildings are estimated to save the libraries about $500 in electricity costs every year!
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