March 03, 2015

Sustainability @ ASU

08/23/12

WaterMatch website connects companies, universities to promote water reuse

ASU and Intel are two institutions that have been recruited to help spread the word on water re-use by the grassroots initiative WaterMatch.

08/22/12

Harvesting light reaps energy savings for ASU's Hayden Library

A new project to add lighting controls to Hayden Library is expected to reduce the electrical consumption for lighting in the building by 43 percent.

08/21/12

ASU named one of nation's best, 'greenest' schools

The Princeton Review has listed ASU as one of "the best 377 colleges" in the United States and one of the best western colleges in its 2013 just-released guide.

08/17/12

$3M NSF award to launch alternative energy research, PhD program

A new effort at ASU to educate and train students in alternative energy is receiving backing by the National Science Foundation.

05/21/12

Sun Devils noted for environmental performance

The Arizona State Sun Devils are this month's featured team on the Green Sports Alliance website, where sports and environmental sustainability intersect.

05/14/12

Health Services Building renovation includes green-building practices

ASU's Facilities Development and Management completed a major renovation and expansion during March 2012 to the Health Services Building on the Tempe campus.

05/03/12

ASU wins 2012 Climate Leadership Award

ASU is one of 10 higher-education institutions to receive a prestigious Climate Leadership Award award.

05/01/12

Walking the sustainability talk

Student Eric Beeler has made real contributions to sustainability practices at ASU.

05/01/12

From Girl Scout to park ranger: Grad embraces environmental ethics

Jacqueline Ginter first became interested in the study of natural resources when as a young girl, she served as a Brownie Girl Scout.

04/24/12

Student proposes on-campus battery drop boxes

Jared Doles, an ASU change agent, proposes battery drop boxes be installed on all ASU campus locations to keep students from throwing batteries into the trash.

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