Our purpose is to provide practical, effective and affordable solutions to help governments, businesses, nonprofits and communities define, analyze and solve the economic, social and environmental sustainability challenges they face every day.
We offer both depth and breadth of expertise as part of Arizona State University, the largest university in the U.S. and the nation’s leader in sustainability education, research and service.
With expertise in international development, sustainable business practices, energy and resource efficiency and systems analysis, our professional staff functions as an access point to more than 300 Sustainability Scientists and Scholars across the university, which includes two Nobel Laureates, 11 National Academy of Sciences members and former CEOs of international corporations such as BP and Shell Oil.
In addition to distinguished faculty and accomplished professionals, our highly efficient workforce includes an elite group of motivated undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students who are dedicated to delivering practical solutions for government entities, businesses and NGOs.
We convene and organize partnerships for and between public and private entities for projects that require cooperative effort from multiple stakeholders. As part of the nation’s first pan-university institute focused on sustainability, we have established a powerful global network of strategic partners who can join us in tackling the most complicated sustainability challenges.
Because of the depth and breadth of our team, the list of projects below is only a sampling of what’s possible.
- Green building assessments
- Delta Development
- Town of Gilbert
- Greenhouse gas and resource mapping and assessment
- Regional sustainability and circular economic planning
- Waste and natural resource management and innovation
- Resource Innovation and Solutions Network (City of Phoenix)
- Waste Management
Working with external partners, we educate, discover solutions and implement practices that will help people drive the transition to a sustainable world.
Bring us your toughest questions so we can reimagine the answers together.
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