ASU's Polytechnic campus is home to 12 burrowing owls as part of owl conservation efforts by the University in partnership with Wild at Heart rescue.
The Center for Science and the Imagination's 2021 Climate Imagination Fellows are working on more positive visions of a future transformed by climate change.
With record high temperatures in Phoenix, a study co-authored by an ASU assistant professor recommends methods to help keep workers safe from the dangers of extreme heat.
The world's most comprehensive map of coral reefs, Allen Coral Atlas, which provides breakthrough tools for conservation, is complete.
ASU researchers concluded in a study that detergent pods are not necessarily as biodegradable or eco-friendly as some brands boast.
Graduate students partner with Tempe's sustainability director to create climate stories and solicit resident feedback for the Climate Action Plan update.
Égide Duo, a musical group consisting of ASU associate professor Joshua Gardner and his wife, Stefanie Gardner, released their debut album "Gone is Gone."
ASU researchers look into the microscopic organisms in a low-nutrient Mexican basin that gives insight to possible life on other planets.
Three ASU professors approach the concept of happiness from different sources and practices.
Senatorial hopeful and Arizona attorney Deedra Abboud gathered with nearly 8,000 others in Phoenix to march for the cause of science.
ASU Earth Festival promotes environmentally conscious education and showcases on-campus clubs' sustainable accomplishments.
Womyn's Coalition brings awareness to the environmental issues of fast-fashion through Earth Day Clothing Exchange event.
ASU continues to provide students with opportunities to support sustainability and conservation efforts with the partnership with Conservation International.
Trump's administration's plans to cut climate change initiatives should serve as a time of reflection for all of us.
“I have translated human’s hopes, dreams and fears into algebra,” Conservancy Scientist talks about using math to preserve more endangered species.
The City of Tempe and ASU are collaborating on a sustainability project that will test the composting abilities of bioplastics.