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.
According to Senior Sustainability Scientist Matt Scholz, "Phosphorus is essential to life. It’s in your bones and it’s in your DNA, and it’s the energy currency for the cell."
It follows, then, that agriculture depends on phosphorus too. In fact, a large percentage of the element – typically mined in Morocco – is put into fertilizers used on farms throughout the...
In the fight to guard American agriculture against the impacts of increasing climate volatility, the evidence-based solutions universities produce will be vital, said U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack at a fall forum hosted by the ASU Wrigley Institute.
Transdisciplinary collaboration, like that facilitated by the ASU Wrigley Institute's Sustainability Scientists and Scholars Program, is among the qualities that set ASU apart from other contenders for U.S. News & World Report's "most innovative school" title.