Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability launches with campus celebration

Stanford doerr school of sustainability launches with campus celebration

Stanford published this video item, entitled “Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability launches with campus celebration” – below is their description.

More than 500 students, faculty, staff, and friends celebrated the launch of

the Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability with invited speakers and about 100 protesters alike calling for the school to address climate change and other urgent challenges.

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Stanford YouTube Channel

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