Please note: Due to the global health situation with COVID-19, also called the coronavirus, this event will now be live-streamed only. You will receive more information for the live-stream weblink after you RSVP.
Join the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment for a celebration of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. The public is welcome to join Stanford students, staff and faculty as we gather online to hear reflections on how far we have come since the first Earth Day in 1970 and what the next 50 years may hold for the future of the Earth.
The program will include a panel discussion featuring Stanford alumni working at the intersections of energy, sustainability and the environment. These emerging leaders share their perspectives on progress made and what governments, companies, academics and private citizens can do to give the planet and people living on it the best hope for a bright and sustainable future.
Ken Alston, Director of Mobility and Energy Storage, New Energy Nexus and CalCEF Ventures
Molly Morse, Chief Executive Officer, Mango Materials
Terra Weeks, Senior Advisor to Chair David Hochshild, California Energy Comission
Chris Field, Director, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
See more Earth Week events at Stanford's Celebrating Sustainability: Earth Day 2020 page.
Earth Day Future 50
Hosted by the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
Registration: RSVP here
Date: Monday, April 20, 2020
Time: 1:30pm to 3pm
Location: Online event - please rsvp for more information
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