ASU is Green
Arizona State University's reclaimed paint program has collected hundreds of gallons of paint which is used for painting restrooms, handrails, doors, and accents. (Global Institute of Sustainability/ASU)
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Arizona State University student volunteers gather campus-grown herbs to be served in university dining facilities.
(Global Institute of Sustainability/ASU)
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Arizona State University Dining serves many locally grown foods including herbs and other produce grown on campus and harvested by volunteers. (Global Institute of Sustainability/ASU)
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Joby Carlson demonstrates Campus Metabolism. Carlson created the interactive Web tool, which displays Arizona State University's energy use in real-time. (Global Institute of Sustainability/ASU)
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Decision-makers gather at Arizona State University's Decision Theater to visualize the future through a variety of simulated scenarios. (Dustin Hampton)
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Alternative scenarios come to life for clients of Arizona State University's Decision Theater, which uses simulation tools to facilitate decision-making. (Dustin Hampton)
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A LEED Silver-certified renovation, Wrigley Hall features energy- and water-efficient fixtures, recycled and recyclable materials, and more. (Global Institute of Sustainability/ASU)
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Arizona State University's photovoltaic installations are one of the largest commitments to solar energy by a university in the United States. (Global Institute of Sustainability/ASU)
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Parapet wind turbines on the roof of Wrigley Hall are part of Arizona State University's plan to model sustainable practices. (Global Institute of Sustainability/ASU)
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