Students for a Sustainable Stanford, Records, 2016-2017
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- Students for a Sustainable Stanford.
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- Includes flyers, meeting minutes, and related documents, including many related to Stanford Carbon Offsets to Reduce Emissions (SCORE).
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- Students for a Sustainable Stanford (SC1336). Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.
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- Transferred by Students for a Sustainable Stanford.
- Students for a Sustainable Stanford is an inclusive and intersectional community that strives for long-lasting sustainable practices on and off the Stanford campus through discussion, engagement, and direct action. Since its founding in 2000, SSS has grown and evolved into one of the most prominent environmentally-focused student groups on campus. SSS works on diverse issues such as climate change, environmental justice, water, waste, and more, and pursue initiatives and outreach efforts to build a more just and sustainable world. In 2010, SSS became an official student-led program of the Haas Center.
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