- Skip Derra
- Associate Director, Media Relations and Strategic Communications
About ASU’s School of Sustainability
Established in 2006 and enrolling students since 2007, the School of Sustainability brings together multiple disciplines and leaders to create and share knowledge, train a new generation of scholars and practitioners, and develop practical solutions to the most pressing social, economic and environmental challenges of sustainability – especially as they relate to urban areas.
For more information visit the School of Sustainability at https://schoolofsustainability.asu.edu.
About ASU’s Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
The Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability is the hub of ASU’s sustainability initiatives. The ASU Wrigley Institute advances research, education, and business practices for an urbanizing world. Its School of Sustainability, the first of its kind in the U.S., offers transdisciplinary degree programs to create practical solutions for environmental, economic, and social challenges.
For more information visit the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability at http://sustainability.asu.edu.
About Campus Sustainability and University Sustainable Business Practices
ASU recognizes that promoting sustainability begins internally with its own business practices and university policy. ASU’s sustainability initiatives, spearheaded by the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability, are advanced by the efforts of people and departments from across the University; leading sustainable practices are addressed and implemented in the areas of energy, water, buildings and grounds, carbon neutrality, food services, transportation, waste and recycling, and, purchasing and policies.
For more information visit sustainability.asu.edu/practice .
ASU Sustainability Prospectus
Our prospectus, Sustainability at ASU, provides an overview of ASU’s efforts to advance sustainability across the university and beyond. Understand how sustainability underlies our teaching, learning, and doing.
Carbon neutrality, or a “net zero carbon footprint,” means achieving net zero carbon emissions by balancing a measured amount of carbon released with an equivalent amount of renewable energy or offsetting by planting trees that in turn could help prevent future greenhouse gas emissions.
Copyright Statement for Media
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