News articles classified as sustainability

Stanford Report —

Capturing the movement

Students in an introductory seminar on conservation photography learn that a camera can be a powerful tool for change.

Stanford Report —

Summit kicks off Earth Month at Stanford

The Living Laboratory Partnership Summit convened students, faculty, and staff Tuesday to celebrate the great work and collaborations making Stanford more sustainable.

Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment —

The search for heat-resistant corals

As rising ocean temperatures kill off coral reefs worldwide, Stanford researchers want to help save them – with a little help from evolution.

Stanford Report —

Star chef Mingoo Kang visits the Farm

Stanford community members gathered at the O’Donohue Family Educational Farm to taste the work of Mingoo Kang, who is reimagining Korean cuisine for health and sustainability.

Resting boosts performance of lithium metal batteries

Lithium metal batteries could double the range of electric vehicles, but current batteries degrade quickly during operation. Stanford researchers have discovered that you can improve the battery’s cycle life simply by letting it rest for several hours in the discharged state.

Precourt Institute for Energy —

California’s great clean energy experiment

People around the world are watching as the Golden State tries to decarbonize electricity by 2045 while balancing inequities and growing a $4 trillion economy.