September 01, 2015



Climate experts, local leaders gather to discuss impacts of extreme weather

On Jan. 8, Arizona State University's Sustainable Cities Network and the American Meteorological Society convened municipal and nonprofit leaders in order to discuss the impacts of extreme weather on local government.


A sustainable city is one that you love

Zoning may not be a "sexy" part of urban development, but this tool can help citizens create a city they care about and want to sustain.


ASU hydrologist named Leopold Leadership Fellow

For his scholarship in the area of shared water resources, ASU hydrologist Enrique Vivoni has been awarded a prestigious Leopold Leadership Fellowship.


ASU, Santa Fe Institute launch Center for Biosocial Complex Systems

Arizona State University and the Santa Fe Institute will officially launch a research and educational collaboration to advance understanding of problems that stretch across complex biological and social systems.


ASU student engages community in creation of sustainability mural

As a student in the Master’s in Sustainable Solutions program offered by ASU’s School of Sustainability, Cazel-Jahn specialized in communication. Her focus centered on removing barriers to sustainable solutions by improving the public’s understanding of sustainability itself.


What will tomorrow's cities and food systems look like?

By 2030, What will food production look like in our cities? Middle school students from across Arizona will answer this question during the 2015 Future City Arizona Regional Competition set to take place at Arizona State University.


ASU study finds varied fish response to unexpected droughts

Albert Ruhí, a researcher in ASU's Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability, is examining how fishes' response to significant changes in water flow - like droughts and floods - affect the long-term health of each population.


New energy innovation report highlights central role of emerging economies

Most innovation in clean energy technologies will take place in rapidly industrializing countries, and government should improve international collaboration to support these efforts, says a group of prominent energy scholars convened by Arizona State University.


Sustainability | Law | News coverage:  ASU sustainability scientist provides insight into climate conference

In a recent Climate Central article, senior sustainability scholar Daniel Bodansky of Arizona State University provides insight into a major international climate change conference, now under way in Lima, Peru.


Sustainability festival features series of events for whole community

Themed "(re)imagine your world," the Sustainability Solutions Festival is convening a series of events, Feb. 16-21, that are targeted at a wide variety of audiences – from families and the ASU community to film buffs and leaders of industry.

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