In a blog post on Discover Magazine, writer Keith Kloor explores the science and media run-around that pains the current debate over climate change, citing ASU's Daniel Sarewitz.
Senior sustainability scientist and ASU climatologist Randy Cerveny discusses the current and future state of the drought that's crippled the Southwest for the past 15 years.
Lawrence Krauss, director of ASU's Origins Project, argues that just reducing carbon emissions is not a sufficient response to climate change; we need to develop methods to remove and sequester CO2 directly from our atmosphere.
The School of Sustainability's year-end open house and project showcase was designed to create new collaborations and highlight a variety of real-world learning opportunities.
ASU is the recipient of one of 50 Think Green Grants from Waste Management, Inc. and Keep America Beautiful.
Omaya Ahmad is working to integrate sustainability into Greenway Middle School's curriculum and community partnerships.
Climate science researchers from ASU are launching a first-of-its-kind online "game" to better understand the sources of global warming gases.
In a recent Nature news article, sustainability scientist Kevin Gurney discusses his team's work on mapping global power plants in hopes of improving the carbon mapping process.
Starting this fall, sustainability and journalism students can learn about climate change by directing their own documentaries.
ASU scientists are joining global stakeholders and researchers investigating sustainable sources of phosphorus.
Natalie Fleming is the district sales manager of EcoScraps, a company that turns food scraps into eco-friendly gardening products.
In Green Living Magazine's May issue, Julie Ann Wrigley, co-founder of ASU's Global Institute of Sustainability, discusses the future and humanity's role in climate change.
ASU researchers are working to advance the science behind algae-based health and wellness products like vitamins and food chemicals.
ASU's School of Geographical Sciences & Urban Planning had an opportunity this year to recognize a community member who's provided ongoing leadership support to ASU's planning program.
Flower beds throughout the ASU Tempe campus are looking lusher than ever thanks in part to an innovative program started by a couple of Grounds Services employees who also are ASU students.
Arizona State University is among 21 schools named on The Princeton Review's "Green Honor Roll," which recognizes colleges and universities for leading the way in sustainability.
Algae Testbed Public-Private Partnership members from across the nation descended upon the ASU Polytechnic campus April 15-18 to discuss strategies for advancing research and development of algae-based technologies for biofuels and other valuable co-products.
An ASU engineering professor contributed to a new book published by the National Academies to help guide sustainable urban development efforts.
Ray Jensen left Lehigh University to become the new associate director of purchasing at ASU on Dec. 2, 1985. He had no idea that ASU would become the place where he would travel to every weekday morning for the next 27 years.
Emily Allen, a sustainability and English major and student in Barrett, The Honors College, has been named a 2013 Udall Scholar.
Shankar P. Sharma, Nepal's ambassador to the United States, visited ASU to learn about the university's programs on clean energy, food security and the environment.
Salt River Project and SunPower Corp. have dedicated a one-megawatt solar photovoltaic power plant at the ASU Polytechnic campus.
An ASU electrical engineer is developing technologies to provide portable solar-power generation.
Three ASU Preparatory Academy sophomores participating in ASU's College of Technology and Innovation "Make Your Ideas Happen Workshop" visited Arizona's state capitol on March 27 to debut their contribution to solar innovation.
Celebrate ASU Earth Month 2013 with events across campuses running from April 3 until April 27.
In fall 2012, students in an ASU urban planning course took on a cooperative project, which focused on identifying development scenarios for vacant parcels in the Phoenix area’s light rail corridor.
Sustainability scientists Stephen Goodnick and Harvey Bryan share the current lowered solar incentives and increased solar supplier competition.
The ASU Colleges at Lake Havasu City is hosting a two-day workshop for interested students to learn more about the field of environmental science.
ASU researcher Joseph Miceli studies specialized microorganisms known as anode respiring bacteria.
Alcoa Foundation is partnering with national nonprofit Keep America Beautiful and the College & University Recycling Coalition to provide 75 recycling bins to ASU in 2013.
ASU is adopting an online curriculum management system as part of its ongoing effort to reduce paper consumption and save resources.
The recent School of Sustainability graduate is sharing her knowledge with ASU Athletics.
A wide array of ASU energy technologies were showcased at the Department of Energy's fourth annual ARPA-E Innovation Summit held in Washington D.C.
Conversion of large swaths of Brazilian land for sugar plantations could lead to important regional climate effects, according to a team of researchers.
The first Sustainability Initiatives Revolving Fund annual report highlights a dozen energy-reduction projects at ASU that were supported by SIRF funds during FY2012.
A new training program supported by the U.S. government will promote clean energy in the Pacific Islands.