ASU brings energy, carbon capture solutions expertise to COP27 global climate conference
Fulton Schools students and faculty members participated in the recent United Nations global climate summit, COP27, joining leaders and policymakers from around the world who are seeking effective solutions to climate-related environmental challenges. The Fulton Schools contingent was joined by others in the ASU community from the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory and the Thunderbird School of Global Management. Fulton Schools Professor Sayfe Kiaei, director of the USAID-funded Center of Excellence for Energy in Egypt, also attended. Kiaei says it’s important to have contributions from ASU faculty and staff to solutions that address climate, carbon capture and energy issues. ASU hosted more than 15 events at the summit.