Arizona's food supply is among the most vulnerable with respect to water scarcity and climate change, says Gary Paul Nabhan, who will discuss the future of food April 2.
ASU joins other colleges as a finalist in the Climate Leadership Awards for its efforts to solve energy, climate and sustainability challenges.
Market on the Move at the West campus offers up to 60 pounds of fresh fruit and vegetables for a $10 donation.
Funding is available to invest in projects that support campus energy reduction at Arizona State University and deliver an economic return on investment.
ASU Parking & Transit Services is partnering with ECOtality to provide six, Level 2 electric vehicle charging stations available on the Tempe campus.
ASU President Michael Crow joined three other higher ed presidents at a symposium to discuss achieving carbon neutrality on their campuses.
ASU is the site for the 2012 Southwest Regional Collaborative Symposium of the American College and University Presidents' Climate Commitment, March 1-2.
Can Arizona State University's Polytechnic campus be a world leader in developing an alternate fuel source for transportation?
Visitors to the Valley of the Sun who peer out their airplane windows while flying into Sky Harbor International Airport can see the glimmer from nearly 2,100 solar panels perched atop Wells Fargo Arena.
Social entrepreneurship is a key part of students' education at both Arizona State University and the University of Colorado, Boulder.
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