Michigan Department of Environment Great Lakes and Energy

  1. July 19, 2023

    Center to help communities tackle renewable energy projects

    The Graham Sustainability Institute is launching the Center for EmPowering Communities to foster decarbonization solutions that advance community goals and priorities.

  2. June 27, 2023

    SEAS names inaugural director of sustainable climate action engagement

    Liesl Eichler Clark will be U-M’s first director of sustainable climate action engagement, leading an initiative to link the university’s expanding sustainability research, collaborations and engagement with external partners.

  3. February 16, 2022

    Michigan Sea Grant launches $1.5M in Great Lakes research

    U-M is one of four Michigan universities participating in projects and fellowships worth more than $1.5 million that seek to protect and restore the critical environmental resources of the Great Lakes.

  4. February 27, 2020

    New online tool helps Michigan communities plan for renewable energy

    U-M researchers have created a searchable, sortable public database of Michigan zoning ordinances related to siting renewable energy, such as windmill farms and solar panel fields.