In this podcast, Benjamin describes TOHL’s rise to be a global industry leader in water logistics and infrastructure, and how it has been changing lives in the process.
At the 2013 Stanford Center for Social Innovation’s 2013 Conradin Von Gugelberg Memorial Lecture, Nichols addresses CA’s cap-and-trade system and what it means for our environment.
Lesley Marincola, CEO of Angaza Design, discusses an approach to energy poverty that helps end users afford efficient energy and lighting products.
An increased demand for energy means an increased need for environmental sustainability. Where does economic development fit in?
In this audio lecture, Dr. Ann Bartuska of the U.S. Department of Agriculture shares her insight on the necessary steps to sustainably feed the nine billion people that will be living on our planet by 2050.
In this audio interview, Sheela Sethuraman talks with Laura Stachel and Hal Aronson, co-founders of WE CARE Solar, about their effort to combat this issue worldwide. WE CARE stands for Women’s Emergency Communication and Reliable Electricity.
In this panel discussion we hear from senior government energy and technology officials on what’s up and coming with respect to environmental responsibility.
Haas School professor Severin Borenstein argues that to have a significant impact in the energy market, any renewable alternative must be scalable.
Lenny Mendonca discusses the role the federal budget plays in helping or hindering research, development, and private innovation.
Jocelyn Wyatt, social innovation lead at IDEO, describes her organization’s efforts to use design thinking, a problem-solving system that is grounded in a client’s or costumer’s needs.