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.

Dialogues and Workshops

Fostering Meaningful Coordination Between Land Use Planning & Groundwater Management Under SGMA »

September 7, 2017 9:15 am

Stanford University's Water in the West program, in partnership with ACWA, APA California, the Farm Bureau, and GRAC, hosted an Uncommon Dialogue on groundwater management and land use planning under the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) on September 7 & 8, 2017.

Stanford Environment & Energy Panel Series: Climate Adaptation »

January 30, 2017 12:00 pm

Communities across the United States already are responding to the effects of a changing climate from drought in the west to rising seas in the coastal south. This panel examined strategies and tools for adapting to current challenges and future changes we are likely to face.

Workshop: Return of the Pacific Flyway »

January 13, 2017 12:30 pm

Stanford Environment & Energy Panel Series: Clean Energy R&D »

January 10, 2017 12:00 pm

The Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment and Stanford Precourt Institute for Energy are convening a series of panel sessions in Washington, D.C. to highlight the pressing environmental and energy challenges and risks that the next administration will need to confront.