“By engaging in sustainability-focused research and education, as well as reducing the university’s own environmental impact, we can create a healthier environment now and for generations to come. We believe that Stanford’s spirit of innovation and optimism position us to develop sustainable solutions for our region, nation, and the world, with the Stanford campus itself as a test-bed to advance progress.”
Stanford President Marc Tessier-Lavigne and Stanford Provost Persis Drell

— UN SD Goals: 3 “Good Health and Well-Being, 4 “Quality Education”, 5 “Gender Equality”, 6 “Clean Water and Sanitation”, 7 “Affordable and Clean Energy”, 8 “Decent Work and Economic Growth”, 9 “Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure”, 11 “Sustainable Cities and Communities”, 12 Responsible Consumption and Production”, 13 “Climate Action”, 16 “Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions” and 17 “Partnerships for the Goals”; Fundamental Human Need for “Subsistence”, ”Protection”, “Understanding and Meaning”, “Participation”, “Identity” and “Creation”

SDG1 #SDG2 #SDG3 #SDG4 #SDG5 #SDG6 #SDG7 #SDG8 #SDG9 #SDG10 #SDG11 #SDG12 #SDG13 #SDG14 #SDG15 #SDG16 #SDG17 #FHNProtection #FHNCreation #FHNIdentity #FHNSubsistance #FHNUnderstandingandMeaning #FHNParticipation
http://sustainability-year-in-review.stanford.edu/2018/
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http://sustainability-year-in-review.stanford.edu/2018/

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