Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Dialogues and Workshops

Through its Uncommon Dialogues and workshops the Stanford Woods Institute brings together leaders from government, NGOs and business with experts from Stanford and other academic institutions to develop practical solutions to pressing environmental challenges. These dialogues equip leaders to make informed decisions for a sustainable future while creating a two-way flow of information that brings new perspectives and context to Stanford's environmental research. Learn more about our past workshops and dialogues and download summaries and other resources below. For more information about organizing a dialogue or workshop with the Stanford Woods Institute, contact:

Lea Rosenbohm
External Affairs Advisor, Stanford Woods Institute, Washington, D.C.
202.328.5093
lrosenbohm@stanford.edu


Dialogues and Workshops

Environmental Economics Forum »

November 6, 2017 3:30 pm

The Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment and the Department of Economics present a forum series focused on environmental economics featuring academic experts from across the nation.

Building Coastal Resilience: U.S. and International Risks and Preparedness »

October 20, 2017 1:30 pm

Experts on coastal adaptation, risk and preparedness met in Washington, DC to discuss future of the world's coasts.

Series Home | Building Coastal Resilience for Greater U.S. Security Project  »

September 19, 2017 9:00 am

The Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, Hoover Institution and Woodrow Wilson Center are convening a series of science policy forums to highlight pressing challenges and risks to the world's coasts and U.S. security. Stanford scholars and other experts discuss how to best address these challenges through policy, technology and research.

Building Coastal Resilience: U.S. Risks and Preparedness  »

September 19, 2017 8:00 am

Stanford scholars, government and business leaders, and other stakeholders discussed the threats to and future of the world's coasts.

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