Policy Memo: ​Policy Recommendations to Reinvigorate Recycling in Arizona

Changes in international recycling markets have significantly impacted recycling programs in the U.S. Erin L. Murphy, Miranda L. Bernard, Levi Helm, Infynity Hill, Álex Tuñas-CorzónArizona State University, School of Life Sciences, Tempe, AZ Executive Summary: In 2018, China enacted an import ban on twenty-four types of recyclables as part of its National Sword policy, upending recyclingContinue reading “Policy Memo: ​Policy Recommendations to Reinvigorate Recycling in Arizona”

Policy Memo: ​Stem the Tide of Predatory Stem Cell Clinics: State and FDA Coordination to Protect Patients

…the allure of profits from stem cell therapies have sparked a growingindustry of DTC clinics that advertise and provide non-FDA approved therapies Griffin McCutcheon (1,2,3), John F. Malloy (1,4), Caitlyn A. Hall (1,5), Cassandra Barrett (1,6) Arizona Science Policy Network Arizona State University, School for Engineering of Matter, Transport, and Energy, Tempe AZ Arizona State University,Continue reading “Policy Memo: ​Stem the Tide of Predatory Stem Cell Clinics: State and FDA Coordination to Protect Patients”

Policy Memo: Strategies to Curtail Dust-caused Illness in Arizona: A Policy Memorandum to the Arizona Congressional Delegation

Dust storm frequency in Arizona and thesouthwestern US is increasing with associatedsignificant health risks…   Caitlyn A. Hall (1,5), Griffin McCutcheon (2,5), Evvan V. Morton (1,5), R. Kevin Tindell (3,5), Nicholas Weller (4,5) Arizona State University, School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment, Tempe, AZ Arizona State University, Biological Design Program, Tempe, AZ Arizona State University, School for Engineering of Matter Transport andContinue reading “Policy Memo: Strategies to Curtail Dust-caused Illness in Arizona: A Policy Memorandum to the Arizona Congressional Delegation”