ASU moves up to No. 4 in Sierra Club's 'coolest schools'

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ASU moves up to No. 4 in Sierra Club's 'coolest schools'

Sierra magazine, the national publication of the Sierra Club, released its 14th annual “Cool Schools” competitive ranking of North America’s greenest colleges and universities on Sept. 28, ranking Arizona State

ASU named a ‘best college’ by The Princeton Review, ranked high for sustainability

The Princeton Review has named Arizona State University one of the Best 386 Colleges in its 2021 rankings, which were compiled by surveying 143,000 students across the country. On sustainability,

Meet Executive Master of Sustainability Leadership alum Jessica Lerner

Jessica Lerner, a recent graduate of the Executive Master of Sustainability Leadership (EMSL), sees sustainability as starting on an individual level and expanding outward. “Global issues...can feel overwhelming, but things

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ASU expert proposes a biodiversity-focused solution to prevent zoonotic diseases

COVID-19 may have jumped from a wild animal market in Wuhan, China, to people. If so, it’s not the first deadly disease to spring from nature. Middle East respiratory syndrome

School of Sustainability alumna provides tips on reducing food waste

As we try to tackle the wicked problem of climate change, one of the biggest and most important hurdles is the transformation of our food systems. While that may sound

Meet sustainability alumna Lizzy Noble

Phoenix local Lizzy Noble had always wanted to be an architect growing up. Ironically, it was in the pursuit of this goal that she developed a love for sustainability. “My

Sustainability alumnus authors report on impacts of proposed new fuel economy standard

An Arizona State University School of Sustainability alumnus was one of three experts to author a report on the potential consequences of the current administration’s plan to rollback Obama-era vehicle

Sustainability alumnus earns public service award

The Center for the Future of Arizona recently announced four outstanding recipients of its 2019 Gabe Zimmerman Public Service Award. Non-elected public servants honored this year are: City of Tempe

Sustainability and sports go hand in hand

As the drumbeat of the importance of sustainability steadily increases, major industries are taking notice and organizations within those industries have begun incorporating multiple environmentally friendly policies. One such industry

Meet sustainability alumna Kayla Kutter

Kayla Kutter recently graduated from Arizona State University with two degrees: a Master of Sustainability Solutions from the School of Sustainability and a Master of Science and Technology Policy from

Sustainability alumnus to receive Construction Management Association of America scholarship

Curt Truman, a 2016 alumnus of Arizona State University's Master of Sustainability Solutions, has been selected to receive the 2019 CMAA Graduate Student Scholarship Award from the Construction Management Association

Meet sustainability alumna Samantha Zah

With a growing number of sustainability programs out there, how do you choose? Samantha Zah, a spring 2019 graduate of the Master of Sustainability Solutions (MSUS) at Arizona State University,