Educate yourself on how you can contribute to ASU’s sustainability efforts. Learn sustainability basics in less than an hour. There are five units. At the end you will receive a certificate of completion to accompany your evaluation.
Ditch the Dumpster gives students a way to recycle, reuse, or repurpose their leftovers during the year-end rush to move out of residence halls. The annual event benefits local charities.
Discover and explore some of ASU's exciting sustainability initiatives and projects by following this 1.2-mile walking tour of the Tempe campus.
Download and post signs to improve our recycling rates and decrease contamination.
Join your fellow students and co-workers across the university in making a positive impact. Conserve energy, reduce waste, take advantage of transportation alternatives, and see what people can do when they do it together.
The Arizona State University Sustainability Initiatives Revolving Fund (SIRF) was established in fiscal year 2012 to invest in projects that foster and enable sustainability efforts and provide an economic return on investment. SIRF funds are available to all ASU community members to use towards projects furthering the sustainability efforts of ASU and are categorized in three tiers.
Find a student group that matches your sustainability interest. From recycling initiatives to project cars to political action and beyond, you'll find it here.
Recognize small actions, major achievements, or eco-minded events and exhibits by sending a SUN award with sustainability checked as an area of individual excellence.
Tell us what you're doing to be more sustainable or to advance sustainability at ASU and beyond.