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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.

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PRESENTATIONS Please click on the links below to view videos and presentations. Event presentations, videos and speaker bios can be found at Outreach. 

SCS Event Video Library

Houston Sustainability Indicators Project Presentation Slides, November 28, 2012.  (Video)

 Shell Center for Sustainability video, 2011

 The Great Climate Change Debate: Global Climate Models and the Evidence
January 27, 2010

Water in the Houston Metabolism: Water needs and water quality for this century
October 13, 2009

Houston Air Research Conference: What we know. What has worked. Why it mattersOctober 16, 2008

Gender, Energy & SocietyMarch 31, 2005

Houston Air Quality: Meeting the New Ozone Requirements
Clean Airt Act: Historical Implementation Report
February 29, 2005 Conference

Climate Change, Extreme Events & Coastal Cities
Conference Summary Report
February 24, 2004

Particulate Matter: Composition, Health Impacts, Regulatory Response
November 9 -10 - 11, 2004 Seminar Series

Houston Ozone Conference
Conference Summary Report
October 6, 2004

Climate Change, Coastal Cities & Carbon Management
September 14, 2004 Seminar

China & Sustainable Development 
September 2004 Seminar

Air Quality in Houston: Fall 2004 Seminar Series
Fall 2004

Energy & Nanotechnology Workshop: Prospects for Solar Energy in the 21st Century
October 15-17, 2004 Workshops

Air Quality in Houston: Fall 2003 Seminar Series
October 4 • October 21 • November 4 • November 19, 2003

Shell Center for Sustainability Inaugural Conference
March 3 -4, 2003