Two months ago, hundreds of world leaders and tens of thousands of activists gathered in Copenhagen to craft a new global treaty to replace the Kyoto Protocol in 2012. Green groups put on a spectacle – yes, Greenpeace even docked two of its famous boats nearby to “help in pushing the delegates” – and some observers declared it a make or break event in global climate history.
A big event is happening on campus next week that every Stanford student should know about. On Monday, Mar. 8, U.S. Secretary of Energy Steven Chu will deliver a speech in Memorial Auditorium about clean energy innovation and education, exclusive for the Stanford community, followed by a special expert panel called “Educating the Energy Generation.”…
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