Arizona State University will further develop its strategic roadmap to climate neutrality by 2025 with Ameresco, the largest independent energy services-solutions provider in the U.S., and the Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI), a nonprofit that aims to improve global energy consumption. "Arizona State University, Ameresco, and RMI serve as living laboratories for ideas and experiments that are transforming the world in varied and meaningful ways," says ASU President Michael M. Crow. "We hope this effort creates a ripple of similar commitments from other institutions of higher learning, communities, and future generations of environmentally aware citizens across the globe." To achieve climate neutrality—or no greenhouse gas or carbon outputs—Ameresco and RMI will first draft a plan then identify additional funding sources for implementation. The two partners will also complete technical assessments across ASU's four campuses.