SOLVillion: Innovative engineering for affordable access to water sanitation


“As social entrepreneurs, in SOLVillion, we are leading a new economic culture that is inclusive and poverty-free by linking our business activities to the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the full realization of this ambitious UN’s sustainable agenda.” Aia Abul-Haj, Co-Founder of SOLVillion, Jordan Aia Abul-Haj, 2022 WeEmpower Finalist, Greater MENA Aia Abul-Haj is […]

Making Every Drop Count: Urban Water Infrastructure in Arizona

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Take a dive into urban water use Do you know where your water comes from? Or what happens to water after it goes down the drain? In urban areas, do you think we will have easy access to water forever? For many people, it’s likely that we go through the motions of everyday life without […]

Clearflow Group | Making Waves in Water Treatment


This summer, we launched our Sustainable Earth Small Business Awards (SESBA) and selected 15 winners who showcased outstanding sustainability commitments. Our new podcast, The Green Scene, dives into conversations with SESBA winners about their journey as sustainable business owners. In our 13th episode, Clearflow Group | Making Waves in Water Treatment, we sat down with […]

15 Small Businesses Creating a Mighty Impact on Sustainability


Small businesses have a tremendous opportunity to make a big impact through small changes. When it comes to sustainability, there are a few misnomers that prevent many small businesses from ever pursuing it. In fact, many aren’t even aware that their business produces a carbon footprint until they begin to peel back the layers––even digital […]

Growing Up: Is Vertical Farming the Future of Food?

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What’s the deal with our current food system? An article published in United Nations in 2019 showed that by 2050, the world’s population is expected to grow to 9.7 billion people with 68% of the global population being urban dwellers.  Feeding this large amount of people will be a huge challenge. In a very short […]

The Power of Your Plate: Can a Plant-Based Diet Solve the Climate Crisis?


We are consistently eating food. Every day! And if you’re like me, when you aren’t eating it, you’re thinking about it. From health to culture food plays an important role in how we live our lives. Food also plays an important role in our relationship with the planet. We need food to survive, and we […]

3 Ways to Protect Biodiversity Today

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Created by Dr. Leah Gerber + The Conservation Innovation Lab at ASU So, what does biodiversity mean? Imagine the enormous variety of lifeforms on Earth, every single thing ranging from tiny microbes to giant mammals and ecosystems. At its core, that is what describes the term biodiversity.  Now, consider an ecosystem, a community of living […]

Beyond the bottle: The myths behind tap and bottled water

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Expose debunking the myths of tap water.  Key Take-Aways  Drinking home-filtered tap water is just as healthy as drinking bottled water.  Bottled water that says “from community sources” is the same water as tap. Bottling companies put their water through filtration that is accessible and affordable for your own home.  There are three main types […]

Should a Drought Nudge us to Conserve Water in the Desert?


Key Takeaways: Millions of people, businesses, and animals rely on the Colorado River for water, but this valuable resource is at risk as demand exceeds the supply Arizona exports water to other states and countries in the form of grown agricultural products, despite 20 years of drought Personal water-conserving lifestyle choices and action from cities […]

Cheers to Earth Day 2022!

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Join us in celebrating our planet this Earth Day with an event hosted by The Nature Conservancy (TNC) and Arizona Wilderness Brewery.

The Plastic Cycle in 6 Minutes


Sustainable Explainable is a new explainer series that unpacks the commonly used terms in the sustainability world, like Circularity! In this video we explore plastic circularity and will dive deeper in upcoming videos.

Can We Solve the Single-Use Plastic Problem?

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Americans use 3 million plastic bottles per hour. The average American consumes 217 bottles of water per year. This equates to over 50 billion water bottles used in the US alone every year! The majority of these bottles will be used for less than an hour, and will spend hundreds of years sitting in a landfill. We can change this plastic pollution problem by changing our consumption habits and patterns to reduce the plastic use!

Celebrating World Wildlife Day 2022

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In 2013, the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed March 3rd as World Wildlife Day (WWD). Since then, each year has focused on a relevant theme in order to raise awareness for the wildlife we share our planet with.

What if: We Fished Out Our Oceans?


Today we talk about the problems that arise from irresponsibly fishing and overfishing our oceans and the losses we incur from doing that.

Fighting climate change: methane to fishmeal

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In terms of climate change Methane is not really our friend, but maybe it can be fish food? A recent study published in Nature Sustainability suggests that transforming this potent greenhouse gas into protein rich feed for farmed fish is a potential solution to reduce methane emissions and conserve wild fish populations.

What If: The World Went Vegan?

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What if?
The series that asks questions about climate scenarios we’re all wondering about. What if the polar ice caps melted? What if we all went vegan? What if we used all fossil fuels? What would our world look like and how would it impact us and our environment?

What if: The Polar Ice Caps Melted?

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What if?
The series that asks questions about climate scenarios we’re all wondering about. What if the polar ice caps melted? What if we all went vegan? What if we used all fossil fuels? What would our world look like and how would it impact us and our environment?