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Food, Energy and Water Security: Implications for U.S. National Security

Stanford University’s environmental and energy research institutes, the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment and Stanford Precourt Institute for Energy, convened a series of panel sessions in Washington, D.C. to highlight pressing environmental and energy challenges and risks that the next administration will need to confront. The first session in this series focused on national security.  Read a recap of this event

Native Land Rights: A Q&A with William Hensley

William L. Iggiagruk Hensley, Distinguished Visiting Professor in the Department of Business and Public Policy at University of Alaska, Anchorage was an instrumental figure in the formation of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) of 1971, which restored 44 million acres of land to Alaska Natives, the largest such conveyance in the history of the United States. On October 30, Hensley joined Woods Director Chris Field for a conversation about his role in the passage of ANCSA and how land is an integral part of Alaska Native culture and history.

Storytelling in Science Publishing Workshop | Lauren Oakes

Want to write a non-fiction book for a popular audience? Interested in reaching beyond the academic community and sharing a story from your years of research? Publishing with a popular press is a challenging process and one distinctly different from the path to creating an academic book. Join author and Stanford Ph.D. graduate Lauren E. Oakes for a workshop on navigating the popular book-writing process for scholars, from idea to execution to publication and marketing.

Clean Energy R&D

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.

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