Stanford Seminar: How China Aims to Achieve Environmental Sustainability


Published in: youtube > stanfordonline > environmental sustainability | Published on 28/Jul/2018 19:57

EE402A: Topics in International Technology Management How China Aims to Achieve Environmental Sustainability Speakers: James Caldwell, E3 Regenesis Solutions Macy Neshati, BYD Heavy Industries...



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How serious is China about its renewable energy industry?


Published in: youtube > Stanford University Press > renewable energy | Published on 18/Jul/2018 21:25

By necessity, a new approach to environmentally conscious development is already emerging in the East, with China leading the way. John Mathews, author of Greening of Capitalism, discusses...



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Perry McCarty, one of the original environmental engineers


Published in: youtube > Stanford University School of Engineering > environmental engineering | Published on 04/Jul/2018 14:35

Meet our latest Stanford Engineering Hero, Perry McCarty. His research on the impact of contaminants in water supply defined the field of environmental biotechnology and laid the foundation...



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Bright Award for Environmental Sustainability Ceremony Honoring Tasso Azevedo


Published in: youtube > stanfordlawschool > environmental sustainability | Published on 30/May/2018 09:58

Tasso Azevedo, a forestry manager and climate change consultant in Brazil, was awarded the inaugural Bright Award at Stanford Law School on December 10,2013. In his acceptance speech, Azevedo...



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Sustainable Aviation


Published in: youtube > Stanford > Sustainability | Published on 14/Feb/2018 23:01

January 21, 2009 lecture by Ilan Kroo for the Woods Energy Seminar (ENERGY301). In his talk "Future Air Transportation and the Environment," Kroo discusses the impact of aviation on the environmen...



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Environmental Education in National Parks with Nicole Ardoin


Published in: youtube > Stanford Alumni > environmental education | Published on 25/Apr/2017 21:55

Close your eyes and imagine a national park. What do you envision? Many imagine a place of wonder, exploration, and adventure. For these reasons and more, national parks are well-situated for...



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