Weekly meetings: every Tuesday, 7pm-8pm PST in the Haas Center DK room
Students for a Sustainable Stanford is an inclusive and intersectional community that strives for long-lasting sustainable practices on and off the Stanford campus through discussion, engagement, and direct action.
Since its founding in 2000, SSS has grown and evolved into one of the most prominent environmentally-focused student groups on campus. We work on diverse issues such as climate change, environmental justice, water, waste, and more, and pursue initiatives and outreach efforts to build a more just and sustainable world. In 2010, we became an official student-led program at the Haas Center.
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News and Bulletin
- General Meeting this week feat. Acterra: This week at general meeting, join us in hearing from Acterra, a Palo Alto-based sustainability nonprofit! Acterra focuses on creating local solutions to climate change right here in the Bay Area. Come learn about plant forward eating, food waste reduction, how to get involved with Acterra, and more! Also come through to learn about how you can get involved in FLI Drive prep and sustainable move outs!
- Approaching Sustainability: Conversations with Leading Scholars: Woods Institute and the School of Earth are hosting a lecture series every Friday featuring on the future of sustainability education and research. Learn more and check out the line-up here!
- Upcoming Webinar - Google Earth Engine 101: Introduction to Earth Engine for beginners: Next week, check out this webinar to learn how to use Google Earth Engine to analyze satellite and vector data. Sign up here!
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