October 09, 2015



ASU launches academy to educate young students about sustainability

Arizona State University's new National Sustainability Teachers' Academy equips elementary, middle and high school teachers with knowledge and tools to educate and transform students into agents of change.


Wrigley lecture to explore 'Sustainability as Freedom' at ASU Gammage

New York Times columnist and renowned author Thomas Friedman will explore why sustainability resonates with the present generation in the way that freedom resonated with their parents.


'Sustival' to celebrate community, sustainability solutions

The Sustival event features a bike parade, local bands, lifestyle workshops, art galleries, sustainability organizations and more.


ASU research center aims for negative carbon emissions

A new research center led by faculty in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering aims to show that capturing excess carbon dioxide from air is a viable strategy to stabilize and reduce greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.


Sustainability | Arts / Culture | Graduate students:  An interview with author Margaret Atwood on climate change, art and storytelling

Ed Finn, director of the Center for Science and the Imagination, interviews world-renowned author Margaret Atwood about climate change, science, art and storytelling.


GreenBiz U returns to ASU for 2015 Sustainability Solutions Festival

Highlighting the power and latest trends of sustainable business, GreenBiz U is returning to Arizona State University for its 2015 forum.


Middle school students reimagine sustainable cities of tomorrow

ASU's Rob and Melani Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives awarded several teams at the Arizona Regional Future City Competition for their innovative civic design.


Sustainability – one building at a time

Researchers at Arizona State University have turned their attention to making buildings more sustainable by figuring out how to save energy and use materials with less negative impact.


Sustainability innovators to be honored at Founders' Day event

The ASU Alumni Association will honor alumni, faculty and alumni supporters who are sustainability innovators at its annual Founders' Day Awards Dinner.


ASU students get insider's view of sustainability at the Super Bowl

After fans have left Super Bowl XLIX on Feb. 1, students from the School of Sustainability will head up a post-Super Bowl recycling project the next day to demonstrate Arizona State University’s continuous focus on sustainability.

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