environmental sustainability Archives

ASU’s Solar Projects Earn Climate Impact Recognition

solar projects

Arizona State University (ASU) has been recognized for its cutting-edge work in promoting environmental sustainability through it’s solar projects by the American College and University Presidents’ Climate Commitment (ACUPCC), an agreement between nearly 700 colleges and universities to promote sustainability through teaching and action. The university earned the distinction in large part because of its… Read More →

Arizona Centennial Series: Looking Ahead At The State’s Next Century

Arizona Centennial Series - AZ Business Magazine January/February 2012
by in AZ Business Magazine | Tech

Arizona Centennial — Forward thinking: Algae, solar, personalized medicine or none of the above? Some of Arizona’s greatest minds look ahead at the state’s next century A century ago, Arizonans with an entrepreneurial spirit ventured deep into the deserts and mountains in search of gold and copper. Today, as Arizona celebrates its 100th birthday, their… Read More →

Speaker: Loretta Hall ~ BIG Green Expo & Conference 2011

BIG Green Conference & Expo
by in Events | Green

Loretta Hall, The Write Equation, Inc. Loretta Hall, a writer who reports on architecture and construction projects, is certified as a green building technical professional. Her book, Underground Buildings: More than Meets the Eye, describes the advantages and challenges of earth-integrated architecture by presenting more than 100 U.S. examples. Her website, SubsurfaceBuildings.com, chronicles new projects… Read More →

Eco-Workers: Sustainability Starts At The Office


Sustainability starts at the office Many firms are changing their operations to have considerably less impact on the environment. But most changes don’t have to begin at the top. They typically occur because concerned individuals got together, came up with an action plan and sold it to top management. As Alexis de Tocqueville observed in… Read More →