Earth. Climate. Society.
The Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability draws on a deep understanding of Earth, climate, and society to create knowledge and scalable solutions, in collaboration with partners worldwide. Together, we strive to create a future where humans and nature thrive in concert and in perpetuity through excellence in research, education, innovation, and service.
Stanford researchers to take part in new project to help make sustainable carbon a feedstock material
An international team, led by Rice University, seeks to improve the synthesis of carbon nanotubes for much wider use.
Stanford ecologist and climate scientist Chris Field looks to the 28th UN Climate Change Conference for a roadmap on what he considers solvable challenges.
Researchers at Stanford have designed an open-source process for turning sisal fibers into absorbent material for menstrual pads, creating an opportunity for the local, sustainable manufacture of hygiene products that many communities need.
The Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability’s office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) hosted a Native American-Indigenous Heritage Month Coffee Conversation on Nov. 14 for students, faculty, and staff from across the university.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo encourages international sustainability collaboration in dean’s lecture
President Joko Widodo of Indonesia spoke as part of the Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability’s dean’s lecture series, where he discussed sustainability in Indonesia and the needs of the developing world.
Stanford students take local high schoolers behind the scenes of renewable energy and battery research.
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