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Wastewater treatment plants have always been critical for safely processing sewage, but they can help in other ways too.
October 14, 2022 | Stanford Engineering
Woods Institute Senior Fellow Alexandria Boehm discussed testing wastewater to track COVID-19’s true spread on Stanford Engineering’s The Future of... Read More
October 13, 2022 | Stanford Report
Woods researchers participate in climate change adaptation gathering prioritizing collaboration among communities, researchers, government,... Read More
October 13, 2022 | Stanford Report
Profile of Woods Director Chris Field, a global ecology and climate science pioneer pursuing impact at scale at the new Stanford Doerr School of... Read More
October 6, 2022 | Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
The health care sector accounts for almost 10% of U.S. emissions and is one of the country’s largest producers of waste. What can be done to make it... Read More
Students, researchers, school leaders, supporters at ceremonial garland-cutting
September 30, 2022 | Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability
The school formally launched with more than 500 guests and speakers urging action on climate change and other sustainability challenges.
September 30, 2022 | Stanford School of Engineering
A scholar looks at how wind affects the sustainability and resiliency of buildings and cities, and how we can improve ventilation in homes and other... Read More
September 29, 2022 | Stanford News Service
Pollution from wildfires is linked to lower test scores and possibly lower future earnings for kids growing up with more smoke days at school, a new... Read More
Portuguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa speaks at the Huang Engineering Center at Stanford University.
September 29, 2022 | Stanford News Service
President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa discussed Portugal and California’s shared climate challenges and opportunities, and said he hoped his visit would... Read More
September 29, 2022 | Stanford Water in the West Program
Water in the West visiting researcher discusses climate-related perils facing migratory fish and the changes needed to save them from extinction.