ASU School of Sustainability

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School of Sustainability
Established2007
TypePublic
DeanChristopher Boone
LocationTempe, Arizona, USA
CampusUrban
Websiteschoolofsustainability.asu.edu/
 
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School of Sustainability
Established2007
TypePublic
DeanChristopher Boone
LocationTempe, Arizona, USA
CampusUrban
Websiteschoolofsustainability.asu.edu/
The School showing wind turbines on the roof

School of Sustainability is the first school in the United States dedicated to exploring the principles of sustainability. The school was established in 2007 at Arizona State University. It is located within Wrigley Hall, along with the Global Institute of Sustainability[1] at the Arizona State University Tempe campus. The school offers graduate and undergraduate degrees in sustainability and received national attention on NBC Nightly News in 2008.[2]

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ASU Campus Metabolism

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