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New School Focused on Climate and Sustainability

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Sustainability Accelerator fast-tracks real-world solutions

The Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability's Sustainability Accelerator has funded its first cohort of 30 teams with multidisciplinary projects designed to advance policy and technology solutions through partnerships on local, regional, and global scales.

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John Kerry visits Stanford to learn about climate technologies

John Kerry, U.S. special presidential envoy for climate, visited Stanford to learn about the new school focused on climate and sustainability. The visit included campus tours and a conversation with students.

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A peek at new school programming

Faculty leading efforts to design curricula for the new school discuss the courses and degree programs being developed for next fall and preview what might be different in new degree programs.

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Equity seed grant bolsters environmental justice efforts

Stanford researchers have been working to weave critical concepts of equitable sustainability and environmental justice into research, teaching and community-based learning, including through a new environmental justice minor.

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Immersive sustainability course embodies new school principles

Graduate students across disciplines participated in an immersive, weeklong summer course centered on systems thinking, transdisciplinary thinking and connecting research and practice that could be a model keystone experience for Stanford’s new school focused on climate and sustainability.

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History project centers on marginalized Bay Area community

Historians are creating an open-access archive of Bayview-Hunters Point’s toxic legacy through funding from a Sustainability Initiative seed grant focused on environmental justice.

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