Solutions, engagement, education and research to enable better lives.
Connecting researchers with each other and with practitioners to collaborate on solutions to today’s most pressing sustainability challenges.
Partnerships and events connect the university with diverse communities locally, nationally and globally to engage in critical, solutions-focused dialogue.
Degree programs with a focus in sustainability studies continue to evolve across the university, bridging disciplines and educating leaders.
Through a focus on use-inspired, transdisciplinary research, our work has purpose and impact, creating the trajectory toward a sustainable and prosperous future.
Thanks in part to the energy economic modeling proficiency of Decision Theater, ASU was named a participant in a three-year, $26-million grant to help Mexico – a country in the midst of updating its energy industry – explore its energy options and the ways it can connect with its neighbors.
Nature@ASU – which launches in the fall of this year – will serve as an extensive resource for future conservation biologists, providing them with mentorship opportunities and introducing them to the wide range of career options in the field.
A Thought Leader Series Piece
By Wayne Pacelle
Note: Wayne Pacelle is president and CEO of the Humane Society of the United States, the nation's largest animal protection organization. He is author of the book, "The Humane Economy: How Innovators and Enlightened Consumers Are Transforming the Lives of Animals," and his March 2016 Wrigley Lecture is titled "The...