- Senior Sustainability Scholar, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
- Co-Director, Energy Policy Innovation Council
- Director, Utility of the Future Center
- Director, Center for Energy & Society
- Director, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
All over the world nations have begun rapidly shifting from investments in coal-fired power to investments in renewable energy. Wind and solar are now cheaper than the alternatives in most markets and affordable battery storage is making these energy resources increasingly capable of replacing traditional fossil generation. Consequently, utilities are...
- Professor of Law, Robert & Marion Short Scholar, Notre Dame Law School
Professor Bruce Huber taught for several years in the Department of Government at Dartmouth College before joining the Notre Dame law faculty in 2011. Currently, he teaches and conducts research in areas of environmental, natural resources, property, and energy law. His particular areas of expertise include energy regulation,...
- Co-Founder and CEO, ECOncrete Tech Ltd
With two-thirds of the human population concentrated around coastlines accelerated, coastal development and changes to natural coastlines are inevitable. Over time, natural coastlines undergo severe changes, and in many cases are completely overtaken by industrial facilities, coastal defense measures, and residential properties. These altered coastlines face growing threats from sea-level...
From coastal cities to America’s heartland, Paris to Pittsburgh celebrates Americans who are demanding and developing real solutions in the face of climate change. As climate change grows more deadly and destructive, people aren’t waiting on Washington to act.
Watch the trailer here.
Doug Bland, executive director of
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- Water Resources Management Advisor, City of Phoenix
Governor Stephen Roe Lewis
- Gila River Indian Community
- Director of Government Relations, Arizona Farm Bureau
- Senior Director, Colorado River Program, Environmental Defense Fund
Dave D. White
- Moderator and Director, Decision Center for a Desert City, Arizona State University
To manage the increasing risks of water shortages, the seven Colorado River Basins states that share the allocation of the river, worked with local water agencies, Tribes, non-governmental organizations, Mexico, and the Department of Interior to negotiate the historic Colorado River Drought Contingency Plans (DCP). These plans provide important new...
Sechindra Vallury will defend his dissertation Institutions for Provision of Shared Infrastructure: Insights from Irrigation Systems in India. Faculty, students and the general public are invited.Read More View the PDF Flyer
- Executive VP, Bridge Housing
Join us for the last of four workshops on creating and preserving affordable and workforce housing. Led by Silvia Urrutia, co-founder of the Arizona Housing Alliance, this high-level, interactive series brings together public and private entities to discuss challenges, highlight best practices, encourage innovation, and disseminate vital information to impact...
Interested in gardening? Want a way to contribute to your community? Interested in meeting fun, sustainability-oriented people? Then join us for the School of Sustainability Alumni Monthly Community Garden Harvest Day!
Help us give back to the community of Tempe by putting in a couple hours of yard work at...
Rebecca Shelton will defend her prospectus The Meaning and Politics of a 'Just' Transition. Faculty, students and the general public are invited.Read More View the PDF Flyer
Chef Dan Barber
The Swette Center for Sustainable Food Systems welcomes world-renowned chef and author, Dan Barber, for a discussion about the commodification of taste. How can we recapture deliciousness and use it to drive regenerative agriculture? Dan will describe his latest culinary innovations, and he and Kathleen will identify policy initiatives to...
- Climate Resilience Officer, Urban Sustainability Directors Network
- Director, Design Studio for Community Solutions at Arizona State University
- AICP, Consultant for North Carolina recovery from Hurricane Matthew
Braden Kay (Moderator)
- Director of Sustainability, City of Tempe
Philip Gilbertson (Moderator)
- PhD student, School of Geographical Sciences & Urban Planning, ASU
This is the third of three panel-discussions on local emergency management across all phases – preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation. This third panel discusses current and best practices for local government to integrate their emergency management, resiliency and sustainable development efforts across the city and in collaboration with the whole...
Malak El Jada (Emcee)
- Undergraduate Student, ASU
- Co-founder, Fashion Conspiracy Theories
The ASU Sun Devil's for Fair Trade Student Organization presents a Fair Trade Fashion Show!
Featuring Fair Trade brands:
Stick around after the show for your chance to buy the pieces worn in it! Proceeds from the purchased clothes will go to support local...
Students, faculty and researchers at ASU will soon have access to an unprecedented stream of daily high-resolution images covering Earth’s entire landmass and coral reefs. ASU has partnered with Planet, a San Francisco-based Earth-imaging company, as their first institutional data partner for higher education. Planet operates the largest constellation of...
Alessandra "Aly" Stoffo
The following students will be presenting their culminating experience projects:
Kaylin Ayotte and Isabel Burdge -- Mindiac: Mindfulness for the Sustainability Professional
Alessandra "Aly" Stoffo -- Eat Well, Live Well: ASU's First Large Event to Celebrate Plant-Based Diets and Sustainability
Tari Wager -- Sustainability Consultation Report: Shepley Bulfinch
Shantel Wyke -- HERO Academy: A...