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Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability faculty explain their research and findings in talks designed to showcase scholarship and build intellectual connections across disciplines.

Jim Leape, Managing for healthy oceans

Inês Azevedo, Sustainable, decarbonized, and equitable energy systems

Jane Willenbring, Gone with the wind (and water and waves)

Steven Gorelick, Freshwater sustainability

Paula Welander, Deciphering difficult histories to build a sustainable future

Pamela Matson, Thinking about scale and transformative change

Bill Barnett, Leading sustainable innovation by design

Rosemary Knight, Geophysics for Groundwater Science and Management: Changing the scale to scale the impact

Steve Palumbi, The Sixth Recovery: How new technology helps avoid extinction from climate change

Thomas Jaramillo, Developing new processes to produce sustainable fuels and chemicals

Will Tarpeh, Reimagining wastewater for circular chemical manufacturing

Marshall Burke, Social and economic impacts of environmental change

Dustin Schroeder, Exploring the subsurface processes of ice sheets and icy moons with ice penetrating radar

Gretchen C. Daily, Valuing nature for transformation 

Will Chueh, Building better batteries faster 

Mathieu Lapôtre, Planets as full-scale experiments 

Rodolfo Dirzo, Biodiversity loss 

Sarah Fletcher, Adaptive management for resilient water systems 

Gabrielle Wong-Parodi, Sustainable adaptation

Jonathan Payne, Studying the past to understand – and change – future climate outcomes

Kabir Peay, The weather underground: Examining a critical plant-fungal symbiosis in light of climate change

Krish Seetah, Adaptive Reflexive Monitoring (ARM) against malaria

Fiorenza Micheli, Promoting the resilience and adaptive capacity of social-environmental systems: A case study

Jack Baker, Engineering disaster-resilient systems in an uncertain future

James Holland Jones, Evolutionary lessons on adaptation

Laura Schaefer, Looking for the habitable worlds of tomorrow

Martin Fischer, From master builders to mastering buildings

Yi Cui, Reinventing batteries through nanoscience

Patricia Bromley, What's school got to do with it? Higher education and the environment

Giulio De Leo, Ecological levers for health

Greg Beroza, The future of earthquake monitoring

David Lobell, Sustainable food at scale

Barbara Block, Fish and chips: Tracking tunas and sharks in our Blue Serengeti

Arun Majumdar, Methane removal: Atoms to atmosphere