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School of Sustainability associate dean named National Academy of Public Administration fellow

School of Sustainability associate dean named National Academy of Public Administration fellow

The National Academy of Public Administration has inducted Nicole Darnall, associate dean and professor in Arizona State University's School of Sustainability, into its 2019 class of fellows. Darnall is one of eight NAPA fellows from ASU. An induction into NAPA is one of the highest honors of a public administration official. Established by Congress in 1967,...

New research by ASU professor furthers understanding of dryland litter cycles

New research by ASU professor furthers understanding of dryland litter cycles

Arizona State University professor Heather Throop penned a new research article that advances our understanding of dryland litter cycles. Drylands are arid ecosystems characterized by a lack of water. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, drylands  "have been shaped by a combination of low precipitation, droughts and heat waves." Litter in...

ASU, CI and Potsdam researchers explore the future of Alto Mayo, Peru

ASU, CI and Potsdam researchers explore the future of Alto Mayo, Peru

What is the future of coffee in a changing climate? How can we enhance the livelihoods of farmers while protecting the nature that surrounds them? Conservation International and the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research partnered with Arizona State University to help answer these questions. “Farmers and government planners are making decisions today based on their...