New York City Salon
This Woods Institute for the Environment Salon showcased how Stanford University is pioneering innovative approaches to meet the environmental challenges of the 21st century. Directors Jeff Koseff and Buzz Thompson provided an overview of the Institute’s research, education, leadership and external affairs programs. Faculty discussed their work on designing new approaches to solving global hunger and environmental problems related to agriculture and climate change; developing cost-effective, sustainable water supply and sanitation service delivery in developing countries; and protecting threatened marine life through marine spatial planning.
Salon attendees had the opportunity to:
- Engage with Stanford experts involved in solutions-oriented research;
- Receive an exclusive briefing on the Institute’s research programs in the built environment, climate, food security, natural capital, ocean and coasts, public health, public opinion and policy, sustainable development and water.
Our Daily Bread: Without public investment, the food crisis will only get worse. By Rosamond Naylor and Wally Falcon, Boston Review, October 2008