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Stanford at COP27

Stanford delegates will join thousands of global leaders, diplomats, scientists, and activists in Egypt for the 27th UN climate Change Conference of Parties (known informally as COP27), the world's largest annual gathering on climate action.

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Earth. Climate. Society.

The Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability draws on a deep understanding of Earth, climate, and society to create solutions at a global scale, in collaboration with partners worldwide. Together, we strive to create a future where humans and nature thrive in concert and in perpetuity.

 

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The cleanest drinking water is recycled

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New research shows treated wastewater can be more dependable and less toxic than common tap water sources including rivers and groundwater.


Arun Majumdar

Arun Majumdar
Inaugural Dean, Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability

“Climate and sustainability are the defining issues of the 21st century. Arguably, there is no other issue that is more important that will affect humanity and the planet.”

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Chris Field, Director of the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, discusses his childhood, his research in global ecology, and the role of universities in finding solutions to climate challenges.

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Sustainability challenges affect everyone, and we need to include all voices in creating global solutions. We support a diverse community of faculty, students, and staff through our DEI programming, including our courses, financial aid, and affinity groups. We also hold ourselves accountable by tracking our progress.

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The Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability incorporates the people and programs of the former School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences and expands to include the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, the Precourt Institute for Energy, and the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (joint with the School of Engineering). It also includes the facilities of Hopkins Marine Station, which had been part of the School of Humanities and Sciences. The school also includes a Sustainability Accelerator, and will have an Institute for Sustainable Societies, as well as several new departments and initiatives.

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