Connecting researchers with each other and with practitioners to collaborate on solutions to today’s most pressing sustainability challenges.
Degree programs with a focus in sustainability studies continue to evolve across the university, bridging disciplines and educating leaders.
Partnerships and events connect the university with diverse communities locally, nationally and globally to engage in critical, solutions-focused dialogue.
Through a focus on use-inspired, transdisciplinary research, our work has purpose and impact, creating the trajectory toward a sustainable and prosperous future.
A team of biologists led by ASU researchers found that lizard embryos die when subjected to a temperature of 110 degrees Fahrenheit or more, even for a few minutes - a discovery that has far-reaching consequences for lizard populations in warming climates and the animals who prey on them.
In its 2015 “Coolest Schools” ranking of the nation's greenest colleges and universities, Sierra Magazine named Arizona State number 13 out of 153 for a commitment to high environmental standards reflected by its undergraduate programs, student outreach, building design, sustainable transportation and organic gardens.
A newly-established Sustainable Research Network called the Urban Water Innovation Network - supported by a $12 million grant from the National Science Foundation - seeks to address challenges that threaten urban water systems around the world and features an ASU team led by sustainability scientist Matei Georgescu.