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We Advance: U.N. Sustainable Development Goals

The Sustainable Development Goals, officially known as Transforming our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, is a set of seventeen aspirational “Global Goals.” The goals and targets integrate economic, social and environmental aspects and recognize their interlinkages in achieving sustainable development in all its dimensions to ensure peace and prosperity.
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Vision for rehabilitated watershed lands ASU team with award

Vision for rehabilitated watershed lands ASU team with award

An ASU team took the overall prize in the "Make the Ala Wai Awesome" challenge, an international student design competition that asked contestants to rehabilitate a critical Oʻahu watershed containing one of the nation’s most polluted bodies of water.

Incubating waste innovations for a robust circular economy

Incubating waste innovations for a robust circular economy

Announced in June 2017 by the Resource Innovation and Solutions Network, the RISN Incubator – a business development and accelerator program – is seeking early-stage ventures that focus on solutions to waste-related challenges and work toward a circular economy.

Art exhibit showcases nature-inspired designs

Art exhibit showcases nature-inspired designs

With the involvement of ASU's Biomimicry Institute, a 2017 exhibit at the Tempe Center for the Arts titled "Biomimicry: Nature Inspired Design" shows visitors an approach to problem-solving that harnesses both the practicality and beauty of nature's designs.

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