Celebrating Sustainability 2016

Knowledge to Action: A Day of Events in Celebration of Earth Day
Tuesday, April 19

Sustainability is ingrained in the campus culture at Stanford. The university has long been a leader in cutting-edge research and innovative teaching on energy, the planet’s resources, and environmental sustainability, and strives to lead by example in integrating those innovations into daily campus operations. Central to Stanford’s approach is the idea that solutions to the world’s environmental problems will require an interdisciplinary effort. Knowledge to Action represents a convergence of this effort that touches all aspects of campus life. In celebration of Stanford’s 125th anniversary, for which sustainability remains a key pillar, experience the breadth and depth with which the campus community engages in sustainability efforts to impact the campus and world.

Celebrating Sustainability 

Ford Plaza

Connecting the Dots 

Arrillaga Alumni Center

Reception and Tours

Central Energy Facility and Educational Farm

The Celebrating Sustainability Fair brings students, staff and faculty from across campus together to educate, inspire and empower the community to engage with sustainability at Stanford. Connecting the Dots (registration required) takes a deep dive into the research that will help to establish the ability for future generations at Stanford to thrive. Learn More.
Enjoy a reception and tour featuring live music from Charged Particles some of the premier examples of how the university “walks the talk” at the  Central Energy Facility and Educational Farm.
Registration is required for the Connecting the Dots Symposium. You can rsvp for Celebrating Sustainability and the Reception during that process, OR if you only plan to attend a portion of the events, please use the RSVP form.