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Mar 31 2014

Achieving climate consensus

Affiliated faculty Chris Field has spent five years leading a large team of international scientists as they prepared a major United Nations report on the state and fate of the world's climate. The hours were long, the company was good and the science is crucial.

Mar 19 2014

By-catch is an unintended consequence of global fisheries

Affiliated faculty Larry Crowder joins other scientists to chart intensive fishing's collateral damage.

Feb 28 2014

Carbon regulation burden heaviest on poor

Affiliated faculty Charles Kolstad informs a policy brief that reveals that it is ultimately people – not corporations – who would bear the costs of climate change regulation.


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Upcoming Events

Apr 21

ERE Seminar: MARK JACOBSON (Stanford) - "Roadmaps for transitioning all 50 U.S. states to wind, water, and solar power for all purposes"

12:15 PM Room 104, Green Earth Sciences Building, 367 Panama Street, Stanford
Energy Resources Engineering
Apr 21

Energy Seminar - The Diquis Hydroelectric Project: Social, Economic and Environmental Impacts, Latin America mini-series (1 of 4)

4:15 PM NVIDIA Auditorium, Huang Building
Center for Latin American Studies, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, Precourt Institute for Energy
Apr 22

Stanford Sustainability Festival

11:00 AM Science & Engineering Quad
See link for list of event partners.
Apr 22

CANCELED - Earth Matters: Feeding the World in the 21st Century

7:30 PM Cubberley Auditorium, School of Education
Continuing Studies, School of Earth Sciences
Apr 22

Stephen H. Schneider Memorial Lecture featuring Lisa Jackson

7:30 PM Memorial Auditorium
Stanford in Government, Students for a Sustainable Stanford, Stanford Speakers Bureau, Haas Center for Public Service, and Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment.

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Capstone Symposium

Fall 2013 Joint MS Capstone students


Fifteen of our Joint MS students recently presented their work at the Autumn Feigenbaum-Nii Foundation Capstone Symposium.

Three students won the Capstone Prize: Marc Manara, Kerem Alper, and Mark Wittman for their presentation on Evaluating the Sustainability of Direct-delivery Food Service Relative to Traditional Brick & Mortar Restaurants.

Congratulations everyone!