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Stanford a “Plastic Bag-Free Zone,” Students Urge <br /><font style=
by Katie Jewett. Katie Jewett is a senior majoring in Human Biology with a focus in marine policy and science communications.
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Stanford a “Plastic Bag-Free Zone,” Students Urge
by Katie Jewett. Katie Jewett is a senior majoring in Human Biology with a focus in marine policy and science communications.

Around the country, an increasing number of cities are taking steps to confront one of the most pressing marine challenges today: the migration of single-use plastic bags from communities to the ocean, where they ultimately pollute and pose a threat to marine wildlife and environments. While San Francisco has banned [...]

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SUSS 2010-2011 End of Year Celebration!

SUSS 2010-2011 End of Year Celebration!

Please join us on Thursday, May 19th from 4pm – 6pm in the Eucalipto Lounge, West Lagunita for a celebration of our inaugural year and a look ahead. There will be food, a chance to meet and connect with interesting people, presentations by this years two sustainability scholars, and opportunities [...]

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SUSSing Sustainable Fashion <br /><font style=
by Ollie Khakwani. Ollie Khakwani is a sophomore majoring in International Relations and is involved in sustainable fashion and The Stanford Arts Review.
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SUSSing Sustainable Fashion
by Ollie Khakwani. Ollie Khakwani is a sophomore majoring in International Relations and is involved in sustainable fashion and The Stanford Arts Review.

Most conversations about sustainable fashion start something like this: “Wow, sustainable fashion sounds super cool. …What is it?”  So, members of the Sustainable Fashion Collective carry around notecards with  ready-prepared answers. Ok, I might have been lying about the notecards. I’m actually having a pretty tough time right now trying [...]

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BioBlitz 2011

BioBlitz 2011

Do you want to help Stanford faculty and graduate students identify and count the wide range of Lake Lagunita’s critters? Head out to Lag on Saturday, April 23rd to participate in BioBlitz 2011, is a free event organized by the student group Stanford SEEDS: Strategies for Ecology Education, Diversity and [...]

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Columbae Rainwater Catchment System

Columbae Rainwater Catchment System

Creating a sustainable system starts with planning. The system must be able to perform self-maintenance or coincide with factors in its environment that will preserve it. Eventually the system should generate associations with other aspects of the environment in which it resides to form parallels between itself and other facets [...]

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Ditch that Dumpster: Students for A Sustainable Stanford Focus on Move-Out Week

Ditch that Dumpster: Students for A Sustainable Stanford Focus on Move-Out Week

During June of last year, just as students were getting ready to return home or embark on an internship or study abroad, I spent quite a few hours sitting by a dumpster outside of Stern Hall.  I was trying to intercept students before they threw out often bulky, but perfectly good [...]

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