go carbon zero

Carbon neutrality, or a "net zero carbon footprint," means achieving net zero carbon emissions by balancing a measured amount of carbon released with an equivalent amount of renewable energy or offsetting by planting trees that in turn could help prevent future greenhouse gas emissions. Why should you do this? Rising energy prices across the world drive up costs to heat and light homes, travel, and foster a modern economy. So it is both common sense and sensible for the climate to use energy as sparingly as possible.

energy

100% mitigation of energy emissions by 2025

solid/water waste

100% reduction of waste emissions by 2025

sustainable management practices

100% mitigation of agriculture and refrigerant emissions by 2025

transportation

100% mitigation of transportation emissions by 2035


YOU can participate in ASU's goal to become carbon neutral - check out ASU's Carbon Neutrality Action Plan to get details, facts, and inspiration to join this effort.

Have an idea? - Contact sustainabilitypractices@asu.edu