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Global Futures hosts climate policy discussion with Obama administration's John Morton and GFL fellow Frank Sesno

The Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory hosted a special discussion with Emmy-winning journalist Frank Sesno and former Obama Administration climate policy advisor John E. Morton for a comprehensive conversation about President-elect Biden's incoming administration and it's placement of the climate and climate action as one of four priorities. The two went over what challenges...

ASU launches Sustainable Maryvale StoryMap

ASU launches Sustainable Maryvale StoryMap

The tool demonstrates how we can localize the Sustainable Development Goals using six forms of Community Capital to redirect local systems toward community sustainability, and how this approach can be replicated in neighborhoods across the US and beyond.

Foo, Asner study uses satellites, field studies to improve coral reef restoration

Foo, Asner study uses satellites, field studies to improve coral reef restoration

A new study published in Restoration Ecology by researchers from Arizona State University’s Center for Global Discovery and Conservation Science found evidence that POC levels are one of the most important factors in determining coral outplant survival.