Sustainability students promote "Green Growth" for Islands

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Sustainability students promote "Green Growth" for Islands

Pacific islands, including Hawai’i, are vulnerable to the effects of climate change, especially sea-level rise, and extreme weather events. That’s why Master of Sustainability Solutions (MSUS) students Hailey Campbell, Latrell

Meet sustainability alum Jasmine Bolich

School of Sustainabilty 2020 alum Jasmine Bolich is passionate about film production, and wants to make a positive impact in the industry through being an advocate for sustainability practices. In

Meet sustainability student Sukhmani Singh

School of Sustainability student Sukhmani Singh aims to establish a career as an environmental lawyer. With several internships and extracurricular activities at Arizona State University already under her belt, she's

Preparing valley schools for heat readiness

Adora Shortridge is a Masters of Arts in the School of Sustainability conducting a research project on urban heat islands and how to prepare schools for it. The Urban Heat

Meet sustainability student and researcher Caitlyn Finnegan

Caitlyn Finnegan is a junior in the School of Sustainability who has spent her summer conducting research on fisheries with Assistant Professor Kailin Kroetz. Fisheries have always been a model

Changemaker Central rescues produce for communities and combats food insecurity

This article was written by William H. Walker VI, a sophomore in the School of Sustainability. Food is integral in nourishing the mind, body, and soul as well as sustaining

Uplifting indigenous voices for a sustainable future in food

This article was written by William H. Walker VI, a sophomore in the School of Sustainability.  Modern consumers have lost touch with how food is more than a commodity and

ASU, CI and Potsdam researchers explore future of Alto Mayo, Peru

Conservation International and the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research partnered with Arizona State University to map out potential futures for the region they hope to link to the National Coffee Action Plan 2018-2030.

Real-World Learning Experiences site helps professors teach hands-on sustainability

As a professor, it can be hard to implement real-world projects and activities into lesson plans. That’s why a team of Arizona State University sustainability researchers, staff and students created

GREEN Program offers short-term, experiential opportunities abroad

The GREEN program offers interested students short-term, experiential learning opportunities in Iceland, Peru, Japan, and Hawai'i. Each program is designed around the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals with an

Green Living Magazine Presents Simple Solutions Summit

Join Green Living magazine for their first annual Simple Solutions Summit in partnership with the VerdeXChange Arizona conference on six pillars of sustainability: Air, Education, Energy, Food, Water and Waste.

Message in a bottle: blitz at ASU

Cyclists at ASU and in Tempe should check their bike cages during the week of Oct 24th. In conjunction with ASU’s bike month, a team of volunteers lead by