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UPCOMING EVENTS:
February 1st
Energy Seminar: Carbon Capture and Storage: How Policy and Finance Can Help
4:30pm

February 3rd
Tour of Stanford Recycling Center
12:00pm

February 5th
The Ecological Physiology of Earth's second oxygen revolution
12:00pm

February 5th
Stories of Sustainability
7:00pm

February 11th and 26th
RecycleMania Basketball Games
8:00pm

SUSTAINABILITY NEWS:
Stanford scientists discover how Pangea helped make coal
January 22, 2016

Jeffrey Koseff to receive Stanford's 2015 Richard W. Lyman Award
January 19, 2016

Stanford researcher creates method to measure resource tradeoffs in times of drought
January 14, 2016

Californians most concerned about water, the drought and state's economy, new Stanford poll shows
January 14, 2016

New Stanford battery shuts down at high temperatures and restarts when it cools
January 11, 2016

Freshwater vulnerability threatens developing nations' stability, Stanford researchers find
January 11, 2016
CAMPUS SUSTAINABILITY BULLETINS
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Precourt Institute for Energy

The latest updates on sustainability at Stanford

We're All About NO WASTE at Stanford!
For the 10th consecutive year, Stanford is competing against peer institutions in RecycleMania, a national competition aimed at reducing waste and increasing recycling and composting. Help Stanford beat out our  competitors by pledging to make less waste and you could win $50Learn More
Talk Trash at RecycleMania Tours, Trainings, and Events
Support Stanford's zero waste goals by participating in an upcoming RecycleMania event. Take a tour of Stanford's Recycling Center on 2/3, cheer on Stanford Cardinal at the 2/11 and 2/26 RecycleMania basketball games, or earn a BeWell Berry at the Best Practices in Waste Reduction training on 2/10. Learn More
It's Not Waste Until You Waste It
Look out for the 64 new waste bins being installed at cafes across campus to promote increased recycling and composting. Nearby building occupants without composting programs of their own are encouraged to also utilize the new collection sites to compost their personal food waste. 
SESI Receives GEELA Award for Climate Leadership
On January 19th, Stanford's SESI project received the Governor's Environmental and Economic Leadership Award (GEELA) for raising the bar on efficiency to develop a global solution for climate change. The GEELA is the State of California's highest and most prestigious environmental honor. Learn More
Seed Library Offers Heirloom Seeds for Personal Gardens
The Stanford Seed Library, co-hosted by the Stanford Community Farm and R&DE Stanford Dining’s Sustainable Food Program, offers heirloom seeds, workshops, and information about gardening and seed saving information to the Stanford Community. Learn More
Sustainability Champion of the Month
Tom Haggerty - Lab Manager for Parsonnet Lab
After learning through the Cardinal Green Buildings Campaign that the ultra-low temperature freezers in his lab could be set to a temperature of -70 degrees Celsius (instead of -80), Tom Haggerty “chilled up” not just one, but three lab freezers! His decision shows that small actions can make a big difference—chilling up each freezer saves over 1000 kwh per year! The annual carbon emissions avoided from chilling up these freezers would more than offset a round-trip flight from San Francisco to New York.
 
Have an ultra-low temperature freezer in your lab? Learn more about chilling it up here.
 
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