April 24, 2014



Sustainability | University | Sustainability @ ASU:  ASU attracts students with sustainable practices, education

Reporter Jonathan Bardelline discusses how some U.S. universities are welcoming the advantages that come with sustainability.


Research | Sustainability | News coverage:  Water rationing in the West not a sustainable option

ASU sustainability scientist John Sabo comments on the threat of rationing water in a recent Phoenix Business Journal article.


Research | Sustainability | Environment | News coverage:  ASU sustainability scientist researches cotton farming in Arizona's dry climate

In an article in Green Living AZ Magazine, Arizona State University researcher Hallie Eakin shares insights from her research on water management by cotton farmers.


National exhibit to feature ASU students' sustainable urban design research

Honors students from an ASU Sustainable Cities course will have their photographs and videos of the Valley's biophilic designs displayed in the October Biophilic Cities Launch exhibit.


Sustainability | Social Science:  Math modeling may help boost Mexico's agriculture

As the world’s population grows, balancing sustainable agriculture with increased crop production is becoming a rising challenge. ASU's Carlos Castillo-Chavez thinks mathematical modeling may help.


International scholars bring a world of perspective to ASU

Researchers visiting on the J-1exchange visitor program give ASU faculty and students the opportunity to learn and share best practices, as well as foster relationships with different universities around the world.


New event series reveals the arts, humanities of sustainability

The Arts and Humanities in Sustainability series will bring artists, storytellers, historians and authors to Arizona State University to find new sustainability solutions.


ASU alum helps corporations operate more sustainably

ASU School of Sustainability alum Andrea Baty is a sustainability coordinator for brands like Kipling and Nautica.


Writing with light: Teaching youth to picture sustainability through photography

To show Honduran youth how photography scientifically works, ASU's Julie Anand taught a workshop on cyanotype – a method of photography that uses sunlight and natural materials.


Smart water use ideas earn engineering student research award

Designs for ways Arizona could solve some major water challenges won a research award for ASU civil and environmental engineering student, Tom Volo.

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