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Mission

The Shell Center for Sustainability's mission is to foster an interdisciplinary program of research, outreach, and education to address actions that can be taken to ensure the sustainable development of communities' living standards, interpreted broadly, to encompass all factors affecting the overall quality of life.

News


April 8, 2009  -  Rice team to test low-tech solar device in rural Haiti

The Rice team moves forward with a low-tech solar device in rural Haiti. 


 

March 26, 2009  -  Rice researchers model growth of Texas' power systems

Rice researchers model growth of Texas' power systems.  


 

March 14, 2009  -  Rice Enviornmental Club holds it's 16th Annual Conference: Green Pays: Environmental Responsibility in the Business World

Rice Enviornmental Club holds it's 16th Annual Conference, "Green Pays: Environmental Responsibility in the Business World". The event will be at Wiess Commons, on the Rice campus, from 11:00 am to 4:30 pm. Speakers include Houston Mayor Bill White; Jim Blackburn, Blackburn and Carter; and Debra Marshall,  Shell Global Solutions.  


 

February 19, 2009  -  Lila Holzman hosts Sustainability Research & Opportunities for Rice students

Student intern Lila Holzman hosts the first Shell Center for Sustainability (SCS) sponsored Sustainability Research & Opportunities for Rice students. The event features 5 SCS research leaders who will discuss their projects and what they look for in participating students to build a team. The event takes place on Thursday, February 19, at the Rice Memorial Center. The event begins at 4:00 pm and concludes at 6:30 pm. Student  R.S.V.P.   


 

January 30, 2009  -  An off-the-grid Emergency Response Studio on display at Rice Gallery through March 1, 2009

An off-the-grid Emergency Response Studio on display at Rice Gallery through March 1, 2009. The exhibition in the small gallery features ZERO House, a Rice student project for the Solar Decathlon in Washington, D.C. 


 
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