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Mar 3 2021 | ... & the West Blog
Three months after the first market trades of California water futures, a conversation about economic forces and an essential material for life.
Feb 24 2021 | Center News, Happenings
Stanford students learn to build equitable, sustainable cities in a new urban planning course.
Feb 16 2021 | Center News, Happenings
A place for incoming rural students to connect with classmates who share their experiences, Rural Family Pods help build community at Stanford.
With Lane Center support, environmental reporter Yereth Rosen tells the story of the Bering Sea region, which has reached a "climate tipping point."
Jan 22 2021 | Center News, Happenings
The Center welcomes David Laney, Suzanne Case, Kathleen Brown and Chuck Farman.
Jan 20 2021 | Center News
Hayes, who has served on the Bill Lane Center Advisory Council since 2013, will start a new job at the White House as special assistant to the president for climate policy.
Jan 12 2021 | Stanford News | Center News
Wildfire smoke will be one of the most widely felt health impacts of climate change throughout the country, but U.S. clean air regulations are not equipped to deal with it. Stanford experts discuss the causes and impacts of wildfire activity and its rapid acceleration in the American west.

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May 10 2021 | ... & the West Blog, ... & the Best | Stories Recommended by the ‘... & the West’ Blog
The Interior Department drops Trump proposal to deregulate oil and gas drilling in the Arctic; Gov. Mark Gordon signs law creating funds to sue states that block Wyoming coal; high demand for lithium in California’s Imperial Valley; Southwestern tribes face water insecurity; an ASU law professor grants her backyard wildlife property rights; census data reveals how the West has changed; and more recent news from the West.
May 6 2021 | ... & the West Blog
The Navajo Nation has the most capacity, but its troubled energy history and culture of livestock grazing make solar development fraught.
May 3 2021 | Out West student blog
Julia Leal starts her summer as an intern for the United States Army Corps of Engineers.