The Office of University Sustainability Practices is charged with ensuring that ASU achieves all of the goals outlined in the university’s sustainability operations plan — particularly through overseeing the design and implementation of programs to address the plan’s four pillars: carbon neutrality, zero waste, active engagement and principled practice.
Arizona State University is a model for sustainability operations and practices around the country and has made significant strides in several key areas. Through four overarching sustainability goals - climate neutrality, zero solid and water waste, active engagement and principled practice - ASU takes seriously reducing consumption, maximizing efficiency and rethinking products and actions.
ASU has made significant strides in its sustainability goals over the past year. Our latest Sustainability Operations Annual Review reflects some of the high points we have achieved to date. View the Annual Review and take a moment to read about what ASU is doing.
Associate Vice President of University Business Services
University Sustainability Operations Officer
Manager - Tempe Campus
Zero Waste Manager
Jo Ellen Alberhasky
Program Coordinator - West and Downtown Campuses
Program Coordinator - Polytechnic Campus