Sustainable P Initiative blog
This is from the blog of ASU’s Sustainable Phosphorus Initiative.
The editor and chief blogger is Jim Elser (Regents’ Professor, School of Life Sciences). Guest bloggers include Mac Gifford (PhD candidate, ASU Fulton School of Engineering), Jared Stolzfus (PhD candidate, ASU School of Sustainability), and Neng Iong Chan (PhD student, ASU School of Life Sciences). Blog entry editing is provided by Rimjhim Aggarwal (Professor, ASU School of Sustainability).
On May 18-21, 2015, scientists of the P Sustainability Research Coordination Network (RCN) reconvened in Washington, D.C. for the third annual P RCN meeting. In this meeting, the P RCN moves....Read More
My longtime friend and college roommate is one of four sons in his family. His mother got so sick of cleaning the bathroom that served these inaccurate marksmen growing up....Read More
Source separation is a major intervention currently proposed in nutrient management with major potential to improve P reuse. Source separation refers to keeping liquid human waste separate from solid human....Read More
Researchers have a role to play in decreasing inequality in access to phosphorus: Thoughts from the Sustainable Phosphorus Summit
Author: Genevieve Metson
Phosphorus as a major concern
From September 1st to September 3rd 2014, scientists from around the world met at the Sustainable Phosphorus Summit 2014 in Montpellier to discuss how....Read More
Tens of thousands of people worldwide have overcome addiction using the Twelve Step Program originally proposed by Alcoholics Anonymous in 1939. They have used these guiding principles to overcome deep....Read More
In Haiti, a unique enterprise was created that improves public health while contributing to P cycling. SOIL (Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods) was created in 2006 in order to both improve....Read More
In August 31, 2014, there were 42 young scientists from 20 countries gathered together at Montpellier, France at the Young Scientist Workshop in the midst of the phosphorus (P) week.....Read More
This past summer I visited India to explore organic waste management operations that contributed to nutrient cycling. In today’s post I will discuss Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd (JISL). Founded on a....Read More