By Ella Norman and Laura Anderson

Introduction

The transition to clean energy and a green economy is underway, with a growing global demand for battery technology to meet the needs of low-carbon economies. From electric vehicles (EVs) to stationary energy storage, there are increasing calls to drive and scale innovation…


By Adiam Tesfalul and Kerry Omughelli

This blog post was written as part of a new spring course and public seminar series, “Topics in International Justice, Rights and the Environment” (ENVRES 215A/HUMRTS 118) taught at Stanford University in Spring Quarter 2021. …


By Alexander Kearns and Judy Tsegaye

This blog post was written as part of a new spring course and public seminar series, “Topics in International Justice, Rights and the Environment” (ENVRES 215A/HUMRTS 118) taught at Stanford University in Spring Quarter 2021. …


By Caroline E. Ferguson

This blog post was written as part of a new spring course and public seminar series, “Topics in International Justice, Rights and the Environment” (ENVRES 215A/HUMRTS 118) taught at Stanford University in Spring Quarter 2021. …


By Bella Raja and Diana Baszucki

Minkah Taharkah, today an artist, poet, farmer, and organizer, grew up in LA. There, they had an immense appreciation for the outdoors but also an understanding that access to nature and green space is a privilege denied to many. In the U.S., settler-colonial systems…


By Baylee Basila and Caroline Beckman

This blog post was written by students as part of a spring course, “Land Justice: Unearthing Histories & Seeding Liberation” (EARTHSYS 96) taught at Stanford University in Spring Quarter 2021.

The first of its kind in the country, Sogorea Te’ is an urban, Indigenous…


By Hannah Kelley and Jess Dominick

This blog post was written by students as part of a spring course, “Land Justice: Unearthing Histories & Seeding Liberation” (EARTHSYS 96) taught at Stanford University in Spring Quarter 2021.

When asked to go to Standing Rock by a tribal chief at the height…


By Emily Elliot and Lindsay Filgas

This blog post was written by students as part of a spring course, “Land Justice: Unearthing Histories & Seeding Liberation” (EARTHSYS 96) taught at Stanford University in Spring Quarter 2021.

Issued in 1493, the Doctrine of Discovery was crafted by European monarchies to spiritually…


By Sydney Schmitter and Zoe Brownwood

This blog post was written by students as part of a spring course, “Land Justice: Unearthing Histories & Seeding Liberation” (EARTHSYS 96) taught at Stanford University in Spring Quarter 2021.

Since the 1493 Papal decree of the Doctrine of Discovery, the violent colonization and…


By Alexis Wilson and Alexandra Brainerd

This blog post was written by students as part of a spring course, “Land Justice: Unearthing Histories & Seeding Liberation” (EARTHSYS 96) taught at Stanford University in Spring Quarter 2021.

Throughout the course, “Land Justice: Unearthing Histories and Seeding Liberation “ we spoke with…

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