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.
The Trump administration's recent silence about environmental policy makes it difficult to tell where the U.S. is headed, experts say.
Wastewater injections, primarily done in oil production, have been suggested to cause an increase in the frequency of earthquakes.
ASU researchers respond to Stephen Hawking's claim that humans will not survive past 1,000 years if they do not flee the planet or address its environmental issues.
As Inauguration Day draws closer, some students have said their anxiety or anticipation about the new administration has increased — specifically those involved in sustainability.
Rather than feeling helpless about climate change, individuals need to examine their personal decisions and pressure for political action.
ASU panel challenges audience to consider 'Inconvenient Truths' in environment and scientific knowledge
A recent event created by ASU's Origin's Project aimed to sprout curiosity in scientific issues.
Construction in Indian Country Student Organization brings Native American voices to important issues
CIICSO is a student organization dedicated to representing Native American students within the school of Construction Management.
Although the carcinogenic chemical chromium-6 hit Phoenix harder than any city in the nation, officials said the drinking water is still safe.