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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


October 9, 2008  -  The City of McAllen holds it's first Green Living Festival

The City of McAllen holds it's first Green Living Festival October 9-11, 2008 and invites Lilibeth Andre, the Shell Center for Sustainability Associate Director, to speak during the kick off reception and the opening event. The Green Living Festival was hosted by the McAllen Chamber or Commerce and Shell.  


 

September 24, 2008  -  Associate Director Lilibeth Andre addresses students in the Environmental Science and Engineering Ph.D. Program at University of Texas at El Paso

Shell Center for Sustainability Associate Director Lilibeth Andre, is invited to address students in the Environmental Science and Engineering Ph.D. Program at University of Texas at El Paso. The event was hosted by the UTEP Center for Environmental Resource Management.


 

June 27, 2008  -  7th Annual Tuna Fest: SUS-TUNA-BILITY

The Shell Center for Sustainability joins the Richard E. Smalley Institute of Nanoscale Science and Technology to help sponsor the 7th Annual Tuna Fest: SUS-TUNA-BILITY, a tradition among the Rice Community. 


 

May 23, 2008  -  The Art Institute of Houston to creates a new logo for the Shell Center for SustainabilityA partnership with the Art Institute of Houston to create a new logo for the Shell Center for Sustainability has produced a fresh graphic image for the Center.


 

May 12, 2008  -  The Shell Center for Sustainability funds a new course on energy and water sustainability

The Shell Center for Sustainability funds a new course on energy and water sustainability. The course will be under development this summer and will be offered in Spring 2009. Students will develop skills in formulating problems arising from emerging technologies and will be challenged to examine economic, social and environmental dimensions. The course will tap Rice University expertise and leading authorities in sustainability. 


 
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