Policy and Governance in Sustainable Systems

SOS 321 Policy and Governance in Sustainable Systems is an undergraduate level course in the School of Sustainability taught and designed by Dr. Michael Schoon.

Municipal clients present problems to students who provide research focusing on environmental, economic, and social solutions. The links below contain the student research and presentations.


SOS 321 Policy and Governance in Sustainable Systems

Spring 2018

Zero waste for the Arizona State Fair, water conservation for HOAs, composting biosolids options, and bus rapid transit.

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Spring 2017

Water conservation, green infrastructure, multi-family housing waste management, and climate action plans.

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Spring 2016

Water conservation and incentives, water supply solutions, and recycling contamination, education, and solutions.

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Spring 2015

Farmers markets, urban forestry, water conservation, and green waste.

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