ASU Reaffirms Its Commitment To Sustainability

Arizona State University, one of the founding signatories to the American College and University President’s Climate Commitment (AUCPCC), has reconfirmed its commitment to Second Nature’s Climate Leadership Commitments.

According to the press release:

Second Nature, a Boston-based organization, has created a network of more than 650 colleges and universities that are committed to neutralizing their greenhouse gas emissions and “accelerating research and educational efforts to raise awareness of the need for a more sustainable future on Earth.

Second Nature recently launched a new set of commitments for higher education institutions. It now offers three commitments — the Carbon Commitment (formerly the AUCPCC), the Resilience Commitment (formerly the Alliance for Resilient Campuses) and the Climate Leadership Commitment, which is a combination of the Carbon and Resilience commitments.

ASU President Michael Crow signed the full Climate Leadership Commitment in October.

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