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Together with ASU’s Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives, we’re highlighting the sustainability solutions you can use every day to reduce your impact on the environment, support a just economy, and foster a healthy society. If you have an idea, action, product, or other sustainability solution, share it on social media using #SolutionADay. See what others are doing: sustainabilitysolutions.asu.edu/solution-a-day

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New ASU center mimics nature to create cutting-edge technology

A new cooperative venture at Arizona State University aims to make the university a key academic hub for the emerging discipline of biomimicry. Since Janine Benyus first observed and named the field in her 1997 book, Biomimicry: Innovation Inspired by Nature, designers, engineers, businesses and other innovators have increasingly turned to nature in search of inspired […]

An Interview With Margaret Atwood

Climate fiction, or “cli fi,” can be a dreary genre. Storytellers like to make a grim business of climate change, populating their narratives with a humorless onslaught of death, destruction, drowned monuments, and starving children. Margaret Atwood is the conspicuous exception, somehow managing to tackle the subject, including these familiar elements, with deadpan wit and an irreverent playfulness, making it both more interesting and believable. The flood is coming, her MaddAddam trilogy promises, but there is hope.