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UPCOMING EVENTS:
October 1st
Earth Matters: Feeding the World in the 21st Century
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Animation: How to Make Climate Treaties Work
SUSTAINABILITY NEWS:
Reducing Climate Change Risks
September 23, 2014

Environmental Risk and Resilience: A Learning Experience
September 15, 2014

Stanford-led study assesses the environmental costs and benefits of fracking 
September 12th, 2014

Study Sheds New Light on Why Batteries Go Bad
September 12th, 2014

SLAC secures role in DOE Energy Frontier Research Center
August 14th, 2014
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Princeton Review Awards Stanford Highest Green Rating
Stanford received the Princeton Review's highest possible rating, earning it the title of one of the most environmentally friendly universities in the nation. Learn More
Stanford Ranks in Sierra's Top 10 "Cool Schools" for 5th Consecutive Year
Stanford’s sustainability efforts earned the university sixth place out of the 173 institutions that submitted survey data.  This year’s ranking showcases Stanford’s divestment from coal, among many other measures Learn More
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Commute Club Campaign Wins Marketing Award
The Association for Commuter Transportation (ACT) recognized Stanford's Commute Club for its innovative concepts, creative solutions, and professional achievement in transportation demand management. Learn More
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Stanford Recognized for Sustainability in Athletics
In recognition of the sustainability initiatives of Stanford Athletics, SaveOnEnergy.com rated Stanford second in sustainability among the NCAA football teams ranked in the top 25 for the 2014 season.   Learn More
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Plug Load Inventory Wraps Up
Data collection for the Plug Load Equipment Inventory has wrapped up after student interns inventoried electronic equipment in 220 campus buildings. Once the data is analyzed, results will be available to the campus community, along with targeted support in achieving plug load reductions.   Learn More
Freshwater Solution Receives Global Attention
The Stanford Woods Institute's Water, Health and Development Program received international recognition during Stockholm's World Water Week for its efforts to develop an affordable, sustainable solution.  Learn More
Reducing Peak-Hour Vehicle Trips Remains Top Priority for Stanford
Parking & Transportation Services continue to deploy creative and effective campaigns to keep vehicles entering and exiting campus during peak commute hours below 2001 levels.  Learn More
Water Splitter Improves Fuel Cell Sustainability 
Stanford scientists have developed a low-cost, emissions-free device to produce hydrogen by water electrolysis. This technology has the potential to reduce environmental impacts of fuel cells, including those used for transportation. Learn More
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