April 27, 2015



Corporate sustainability expert joins ASU

Corporate sustainability expert Sheila Bonini has been appointed CEO of The Sustainability Consortium, a unit of ASU's Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability.


ASU continues to shape Arizona's energy future

ASU's Gary Dirks has been named a member of the Governor's State Energy Advisory Board.


Room to grow: agriculture in urban spaces

How do we feed our cities in a sustainable way? ASU researchers find creative ways to eke out edibles in an urban environment.


Curbing urban sprawl to make cities more sustainable

Phoenix is dominated by its suburban sprawl, but this model is unsustainable over the long term. ASU researchers have found that sprawl retrofitting can be a solution.


New ASU course looks at creating smart, sustainable cities

School of Sustainability class asks, “How can we accelerate the adoption and deployment of smart technologies to make our cities more sustainable?”


ASU student combats global vulnerabilities with sustainable technology

ASU School of Sustainability student Akane Ota researches energy sources that are stable, renewable and can support internet-based social services.


ASU awards scholarships for sustainability leadership degree

Arizona State University will award a limited number of $15,000 Walton Sustainability Executive Scholarships to mid-career professionals applying to the Executive Master's for Sustainability Leadership program.


Sustainability | News coverage | Life Science:  Wilderness Act still works 50 years later

This September, environmentalists will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the U.S. Wilderness Act. ASU's Ben Minteer argues that the act works remarkably well after all these years, and should not be changed.


Author Margaret Atwood to discuss creative writing, science at ASU

Internationally renowned novelist and environmental activist Margaret Atwood will visit Arizona State University this November to discuss the relationship between art and science, and the importance of creative writing and imagination for addressing social and environmental challenges.


'Ecology Explorers' bring environmental education to low-income communities

Ecology Explorers, an after-school education program, helps low-income children understand and appreciate the environment around them.

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