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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


February 18, 2008  -  The Shell Center for Sustainability releases its 2007 Annual Report

The Shell Center for Sustainability releases its  2007 Annual Report .


 

February 9, 2008  -  Beyond the Science: The Economics and Politics of Responding to Climate Change conference

Registrations are open for the Beyond the Science: The Economics and Politics of Responding to Climate Change conference to be held at James A. Baker III Hall, at Rice University, on Saturday, February 9, 2008. Read more and register here


 

January 31, 2008  -  The Center for the Study of Environment and Society hosts a CO2 Forum and Sustainability Fair

The Center for the Study of Environment and Society hosts a CO2 Forum and Sustainability Fair whith participation from the Shell Center for Sustainability and other organizations. Forum guest speakers include Rice University President, David Leebron; Houston Mayor Bill White; and Shell Oil Company President, John Hofmeister.  Read more .    


 

January 7, 2008  -  A new project on Nanotechnology monitoring is funded by the Shell Center for Sustainability

A new project on Nanotechnology monitoring is funded by the Shell Center for Sustainability. Read more about this research


 

November 15, 2007  -  Shell Center for Sustainability funds new research

The Shell Center for Sustainability announces the selection of new research projects for sustainable development in the areas of biofuels impact, sustainability of power generation, production and deployment of biodiesel, and carbon sequestration. The projects bring together experts across various disciplines at Rice University. Read more. 


 
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