University of Michigan’s sustainability performance continues to earn a gold rating by the international Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System.
U-M is one of 124 institutions earning a gold STARS rating this year, and among more than 900 colleges and universities around the globe using the STARS reporting tool.
Two buildings on the University of Michigan's Ann Arbor campus were leaders in reduced energy consumption in 2017, compared with competing buildings across the state.
The University of Michigan campus community is being called upon to take a closer look at its trash in the 12th annual RecycleMania Battle of the Buildings competition.
A joint effort involving eight departments on the Ann Arbor campus has earned the University of Michigan the state's first Division 1 campuswide certification for reducing the use of pesticides and fertilizer.
The School of Information is the first school on the University of Michigan's Ann Arbor campus to have all of its spaces achieve Platinum-level certification for sustainability.
Fresh produce, locally grown food, supporting the area's community and businesses — these are just a few of the benefits of supporting farmers markets.
The University of Michigan will host a town hall Nov. 5 to review initiatives, projects and programs that are supportive of the university's sustainability goals.
The University of Michigan's sustainability performance has moved up to a gold rating by the international Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System. The new rating is an improvement from the university's previous silver rating in 2012.
University faculty and staff, along with the local community, helped divert an estimated 200 tons of electronic waste from landfills at the annual e-waste recycling event recently.
Two years, 10 hybrid buses and more than 1,300 Planet Blue Ambassadors later, the university is making strides toward its commitment to create a more sustainable campus through its operations.