Resilience and regeneration

, reaffirming ASU’s commitment to climate neutrality and committing to addressing campus resilience. 

Commitment Target date Status
Create internal institutional structures to guide the development and implementation of the plan. February 2017 Complete
Support a campus and community task force to align the plan with community goals, facilitate joint action and submit the first progress evaluation. February 2018 Complete
Lead and complete an initial campus-community resilience assessment, including initial indicators and current vulnerabilities. Within two years

In-progress: Downtown Phoenix, Polytechnic and Tempe campuses

Complete: West campus

  1. Complete the plan, which includes:
    1. A date to meet defined resilience thresholds.
    2. Interim dates to meet increased resilience thresholds.
    3. Mechanisms and indicators to track progress on and off campus.
    4. Actions to make resilience a part of the curriculum and other educational experiences.
    5. Actions to expand research in resilience.

February 2019

In-progress
Review, revise if necessary, and resubmit the climate action plan.

At least every five years.

In-progress

 

works with ASU and other schools to develop a range of processes and templates for Climate Commitment signatories. This is made possible by a 2017 grant from the Kresge Foundation.

Resilience assessments

University Sustainability Practices leads a series of workshops for the Climate Resilience Leadership Teams at each campus and the Green Devil Network. In the fall, the workshops will help develop ASU’s resilience assessment.

日本一本道a不卡免费The Downtown Phoenix, Polytechnic and Tempe campuses will host two workshops to explain what vulnerability assessments are and create a vulnerability assessment.

View upcoming campus workshops日本一本道a不卡免费 on ASU Events.

Contact Corey Hawkey or Brian Grant for more information about climate resilience and regeneration at ASU and how you can get involved.