1. April 16, 2024

    Students turn fallen campus trees into public tables

    Storm-damaged trees and others from across U-M are being turned into new, functional campus furniture, thanks to the work of associate professor Joseph Trumpey and his students.

  2. April 15, 2024

    Climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe to deliver Wege Lecture

    Climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe will deliver the Wege Lecture on Sustainability on April 24. Hayhoe’s talk will focus on “New Climate Solutions and Galvanizing for Action.”

  3. April 8, 2024

    Vision 2034 positions U-M as ‘the defining public university’

    U-M has released its strategic vision for the next 10 years and has pledged to be the defining public university, “boldly exemplified by our innovation and service to the common good.”

  4. April 3, 2024

    Timber construction begins at College of Pharmacy project

    Mass-timber structures are being erected as part of the new College of Pharmacy building project, to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and emphasize a shared culture of sustainability.

  5. March 25, 2024

    Earth Month puts focus on U-M sustainability efforts

    U-M is marking late March and all of April with a series of events focused on sustainability and climate action, continuing a tradition that began with the first “Teach-In on the Environment” in 1970.

  6. March 18, 2024

    Interior Secretary Deb Haaland to speak at U-M on March 26

    Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland will speak on the climate crisis and environmental justice at Rackham Auditorium on March 26.

  7. March 7, 2024

    Michigan Medicine reducing anesthesia-related emissions

    Michigan Medicine has reduced greenhouse gas emissions associated with inhaled anesthesia by 88% over the past year, in support of universitywide carbon neutrality.

  8. February 20, 2024

    Annual fact sheet tracks Ann Arbor campus sustainability

    In an annual fact sheet for FY ’23, the Office of Campus Sustainability reported significant progress in several areas, including that the campus reduced operational emissions by 30%.

  9. February 19, 2024

    Michigan Sea Grant funds six new projects, totaling $1.7M

    Michigan Sea Grant is funding six new research projects to investigate the shifting dynamics of harmful algal blooms, economic trends in coastal communities and other issues relevant to the Great Lakes.

  10. February 7, 2024

    Competition seeks to turn climate anxiety into action

    A School for Environment and Sustainability class is organizing a spring event to empower U-M students, faculty and staff to engage in efforts to build a sustainable and just future.