Creative Innovations in Chemicals, Materials, Processes, Devices, and Systems for KAITEKI
The Global KAITEKI Center
A University-Industry partnership between
Arizona State University and The KAITEKI Institute
(of Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corporation)
for the sustainable well being of
People, Society, and our Planet Earth
Led by Nicole Darnall, associate dean and professor of public policy and management in Arizona State University’s School of Sustainability, students in SOS/PAF 545: Organizations, Sustainability and Public Policy have partnered with the City of Tempe to assist the city as it considers implementing a sustainable purchasing policy (SPP) to help it achieve its ambitious...
A unique carbon-capture machine developed by Klaus Lackner, an Arizona State University professor and the founding director of the Center for Negative Carbon Emissions, was recently hailed as one of the most important engineering innovations of 2019 by Popular Science.
Dubbed “mechanical trees” for their ability to remove carbon dioxide from the air a thousand times...
Two sustainability scientists in the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability, out of five Arizona State University professors overall, were awarded the prestigious title of Regents Professor.
Nancy Grimm, a distinguished sustainability scientist in the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability and Vijay Vittal, a senior sustainability scientist and Ira A. Fulton Schools...