Jennifer Richter, Moderator
- School for the Future of Innovation in Society, School of Social Transformation, Arizona State University
Join us via Zoom for a robust Earth Month discussion on what Arizona needs to do in the next 10 years to set the stage for creating a low-carbon economy and solve climate change. This special event is part of the nationwide event, Solve Climate by 2030, sponsored...
Mary Jane Parmentier
- Clinical Associate Professor, School for the Future of Innovation in Society, ASU
- Clinical Assistant Professor, School for the Future of Innovation in Society, ASU
Are you interested in learning more about innovative digital initiatives transforming education in underserved and under-resourced areas of the world? Wondering how digital education might be relevant to your work?
The global pandemic has made digital technology in education more important than it ever has been before. In this USAID Digi-Know...
- MS Student
Eric LoPrete will defend his scientific paper Perceived Barriers and Benefits to Using Recycled Drop-off Points in Asunción, Paraguay. Faculty, students and the general public are invited.
Attend through Zoom (meeting ID: 374 970 8134).
- PhD Candidate
Bing-Bing Zhou will defend his dissertation Scientific Foundations and Problem-Driven Case Studies of Landscape Sustainability: Sustainability of Human-Environment Systems Through the Lens of the Landscape. Faculty, students and the general public are invited.
Attend through Zoom (meeting ID 626 516 486).
- PhD Candidate
Tamsin Foucrier will defend her dissertation Training Future Entrepreneurs -- Developing and Assessing Sustainability Competencies in Entrepreneurship Education. Faculty, students and the general public are invited.
Attend via Zoom (meeting ID: 358 644 666).
- Professor of History, Arizona State University
- Senior Sustainability Scholar
This event is postponed, new details TBA.
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, join environmental historian Paul Hirt as he takes a look back through the history of the environmental movement.
Hirt came to ASU in 2004 but has lived in Arizona for three decades. In both...
In his new book, Environment, coming out in April 2020, author and renowned scientist Rolf Halden explores our essential interconnectedness with our surroundings. In observations both personal and scientific, Halden reflects on how our daily lifestyle decisions are impacting the places we occupy, our health, and humanity’s prospect of survival...
- Stand-Up Comic
Are you prepared to laugh in the face of climate change?
Comedy holds a fun-house mirror up to society to get people to enjoy life from a new—sometimes absurd—perspective. Comedian Robert Mac will help you to see climate change in an entirely new, fun light.
Following Robert, a panel...
Meg Lowman, "CanopyMeg"
- Director, TREE Foundation
- National Geographic Explorer
- Earthwatch Science Advisor
- Rachel Carson Fellow, Ludwig Maximilian Universitat, Germany
- Research Professor, Universiti Sains, Malaysia
*This event is postponed until further notice - stay tuned for event updates*
ASU's Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability will celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day with Wrigley Speaker Meg Lowman. Referred to as "the real-life Lorax" by National Geographic, she has dedicated three decades...