- Director, Global Drylands Center
Director Sala is visiting, “In the Green Room”, a radio show dedicated to inspire and engage everyone towards a more sustainable way of living. Dr. Sala will be talking about the Global Drylands Center and how it will become a world leading institution in discovery and education working towards a...
- Sustainability Strategist; Transformational Coach; Author
Tracey Martin has devoted herself to guiding others towards making the healthiest choices possible in all facets of their lives. She empowers others to demand healthy alternatives in food, fashion, beauty and wellness — laying the foundation for a more holistic environment for our next generation. Martin champions this change...
- Assistant Professor, School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment
Irrigation of green spaces in cities helps to reduce thermal stress and building energy consumption in hot seasons, but requires an intricate balance between energy and water resource usage. In this study, a cutting-edge urban canopy model is applied to assess the impact of a variety of controlled irrigation schemes...
Join ASU students, faculty, and Apache Junction staff for the Fall 2017 End-of-Semester Project Showcase!
Student and class research findings on four city projects will be highlighted.
- Understanding Homelessness
- Off-leash Dog Park
- Positively Apache Junction
- Sustainability and Solid Waste
Parking and Transit: Project Cities will validate parking in the...
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Students in the School of Sustainability will be showcasing what they have been learning and working on. Please join us as Wrigley Hall opens its doors to highlight student research, projects, coursework, and internships during the Fall 2017 semester.
Wednesday, November 29, 2017
Project Cities Student Presentations
This event is the celebration and display of some of the incredible work sustainability interns have done this semester. Interns apply their talent and innovative thinking to applied experiences in professional settings including public, private, and educational sectors.
Talk with students while enjoying refreshments, appetizers and desserts.
Join us for the screening of four short films created by students from the School of Sustainability and Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, under the direction of Sustainability Scientist and director of Carbon Nation, Peter Byck.
The theme for this semester's films is...
Join us on the Downtown Phoenix campus for the screening of four short films created by students from the School of Sustainability and Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, under the direction of sustainability scientist and director of Carbon Nation, Peter Byck....
This conference is free for ASU faculty, staff and students.
Extreme weather and climate events have increased over the past 50 years and Indigenous peoples are among the most vulnerable to the adverse effects because they are often inextricably tied to their land. As a result, climate change not only...
- Director, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
- August 31, 2017
Nancy B. Grimm
- Professor, School of Life Sciences
- September 21, 2017
Ellen B. Stechel
- Professor of Practice and Deputy Director ASU LightWorks®
- October 26, 2017
- Professor, School of Earth and Space Exploration
- December 7, 2017
A monthly conversation about thriving in the Anthropocene, featuring innovative thought leaders from ASU and beyond,Read More
- Dean, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
- Dean, School of Sustainability
The School of Design and School of Sustainability cordially invite you to join a day of presentations and interactions on the topics of green building and sustainability through a humanitarian lens. This fall, the Class of 2018 Senior Architecture Design Studio has been focused on an international collaboration between students...
- Professor, School of Earth and Space Exploration, Arizona State University
The Fall Dialogue Series is a monthly conversation about thriving in the Anthropocene, featuring innovative thought leaders from ASU and beyond.Steve Desch is a professor of astrophysics in the School of Earth and Space Exploration at Arizona State University. His research focuses on developing models of star and planet formation,...
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The Desert Marigold School is located on a beautiful, 12-acre campus at the foot of South Mountain. Their biodynamic garden, protected nature pond, and resident farm animals give substance to the school's commitment to sustainability as an intrinsic part of their curriculum. Christie Martin, Linda Roessler, and Sara Marie Wall...
You are invited to the City of Phoenix site tour of the 27th Avenue Transfer Station and state-of-the art composting facility. Both sites sit on approximately 27 acres within the Resource Innovation Campus (RIC), a campus that aims to be a hub for innovators to develop Phoenix's circular economy and...
- Assistant Director, University Sustainability Practices, Arizona State University
- Program Coordinator, Duke Carbon Offsets Initiative, Duke University
- Founder and CEO, Urban Offsets Inc.
- Southwest Rockies Program Associate, National Forest Foundation
Academic institutions employ carbon credits to help offset their emissions footprints. ASU and Duke University have collaborated to develop carbon-offset projects with local impact and national replicability through urban forestry. These two leading universities aim to reduce the costs and barriers to local carbon offset projects and make them more...
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