The Environmental Justice Working Group (EJWG) at Stanford is an intergenerational collective working to embed environmental justice into our research, teaching, and community-engagement at Stanford. Our EJWG Coordinating Council meets every two weeks. We comprise a dedicated leadership team with faculty, staff, and student co-leads and representatives from 20 different organizational affiliations on campus. We serve a broader community of 600+ members and connect broadly with Bay Area EJ leaders supporting academic-community partnerships.

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Stanford Energy’s StorageX Initiative brings together Stanford faculty from materials science to computer science to economics to tackle the dominant challenges in energy storage.
In Battery Club, you'll connect with students from all of Stanford's schools and learn about the high-impact work of your peers and StorageX member companies. You will get exclusive access via networking hours and local facility excursions to companies working on cutting-edge battery technologies.
Sustainable Stanford is a university-wide effort to reduce our environmental impact, preserve resources, and lead sustainability by example across its three pillars - environment, economy, and equity.