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Sep 15 2020 | Out West student blog
Liqian Zhang looks to use her experience at a public utility as a launching point for a career in the green energy industry.
Though partisanship makes it difficult to enact policy to deal with climate change, research shows that experience with wildfires might diminish the partisan gap.
A sampling of our climate policy research, which matters now, more than ever.
Calista Triantis researches the future of water sustainability.
Cameron Tenner reflects on his time working with the US Army Corps of Engineers.
The intricacies of water in Washington.
Sep 1 2020 | Center News, Happenings
Now available online, we recently co-hosted a book talk with Richard Rothstein, author of "The Color of Law," on achieving racial justice in American communities.

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Lane Center associate director moves to Stanford's Office of Community Engagement.
Nov 13 2020 | Center News, Happenings, Research Notes
A Pension Tracker tool newly housed at the Bill Lane Center offers data on public sector debt for pension liabilities with a focus on California