10 AZ Mayors Unite to Honor Earth Day 2021 and Advance Regional Sustainability Efforts



10 AZ Mayors Unite to Honor Earth Day 2021 and Advance Regional Sustainability Efforts

Ten Arizona Mayors pledged to partake in a statewide celebration of Earth Day this April. Their video message, as well as an extensive list of Earth Day events and activities,

Mayors Across Arizona Join Together to Celebrate Earth Day AZ

Press Release: April 19, 2021 Mayors Across Arizona Join Together to Celebrate Earth Day AZ Ten Arizona mayors are joining together to celebrate Earth Day AZ, a new statewide collaboration

Gerber quoted in Bioscience: Scientists key to decision-making in critical times

Leaders in the scientific community are calling for better ways to incorporate science into decision-making during periods of crisis and beyond. Gerber’s work on structured decision-making is cited in the article.

Registration open for 2021 ASU Social Embeddedness Network Conference

With more than 250 presenters, this event will dig into best practices for community-university collaborations. Registration is free. March 24-26.

John E. Morton

Climate policy and action: The next four years

Dec. 18: Join us for a special interview by journalist and Global Futures Fellow Frank Sesno with former White House Senior Director for Energy and Climate Change John E. Morton.

This week: UN75 Global Governance Forum

ASU faculty, staff and students are invited to register for the livestream of the 2020 Global Governance Forum, Sept 16-18. The event features a session moderated by GFL’s Amanda Ellis at 9am AZ time on Sept 18.

House Select Committee members release report

In November 2019, Arizona State University responded to a request for information from the U.S. House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis, submitting a comprehensive, 70+ page response. The response incorporated input from nearly 50 faculty from across the university. On June 30, the members of the Select Committee released their report.

Headshot of Leah Gerber

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

Wind farm of generators

In an interdisciplinary effort, ASU researchers develop a framework to help decide sustainable futures

As we continue to witness the devastating impacts of climate change, there is a consensus that we as a human population need to transition to a more sustainable way of

Amanda Ellis leading panel discussion at World Economic Forum

Amanda Ellis moderates World Economic Forum panel in Davos

2020 is a watershed year for women. It marks the 25th anniversary of the Beijing Platform for Action, the 20th anniversary for the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 and

Peter Schlosser leading discussion

ASU workshop tackles questions surrounding the transition to a sustainable future

There is near unanimous consent that we need to transition to a sustainable future. The real question is, how do we do so? In an effort to address this vital

ASU partners with Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings to initiate Global KAITEKI Center

A unique center officially opened on April 3 at ASU, housed within the ASU Wrigley Institute. The Global KAITEKI Center focuses on research aimed at realizing the concept of KAITEKI — “the sustainable well-being of people, society and our planet Earth.”