Check out the first episode in our revamped Sustainable Cribs series! Learn how Sustainability PhD student Neda embraces sustainable practices in her own home, including ways she tries to cultivate inner sustainability.
Senior Sustainability Scientist Netra Chhetri's project in the Chitwan region of Nepal turns an agricultural problem into a multidimensional solution by turning an invasive vine into biochar - a kind of activated charcoal that burns more cleanly than wood, fertilizes soil, filters water, and provides a much needed alternative income stream.
It may have seemed like another ordinary night at the Desert Botanical Garden, but it was anything but. Renewable energy leaders from across Arizona came together for Arizona’s Energy Resilience Summit to discuss the road map for Arizona’s energy future.
In part 2 of the Waste Expo we examine food waste technologies as well as the coolest bin at the show! In June, tSR traveled to the largest waste convention in the USA, Waste Expo 2016 Las Vegas. CEO's, Public Works officials, consultants, data companies, etc. all converge once a year to discuss trends, showcase the newest products and technologies, and gain the latest knowledge in the industry.
In June, tSR traveled to the largest waste convention in the USA, Waste Expo 2016 Las Vegas. CEO's, Public Works officials, consultants, data companies, etc. all converge once a year to discuss trends, showcase the newest products and technologies, and gain the latest knowledge in the industry. In part 1 of this series we talk to experts about data and technology trends as well as how research impacts the industry.
Can you imagine life without electricity? Electricity is just one service for which copper is an essential component. Yet mining copper from the earth comes at a cost, especially when it is in your own back yard. Watch a young San Carlos Apache woman and residents of Superior, AZ provide their thoughts about a proposed copper mine near their home in eastern Arizona.
In Memory of Curits Shaw.
Climate change poses a great threat to the environment and human society. The stakes are higher than ever to make progress on this issue. In December 2015, 195 countries met in Paris, France to develop a new international agreement to combat climate change. In an effort to understand what this new agreement means, tSR sat down with three experts at Arizona State University to learn more. Manjana Milkoreit, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives, Arizona State University.
Learn more about ASU's Executive Master of Sustainability Leadership program through the eyes of one of its students, founder and Co-Chairman of China Mist Tea Company, John Martinson! Learn more about the Executive Master program here.
And check out Martinson's company here: http://www.chinamist.com.