July 05, 2020

Sustainability

  1. November 7, 2013

    Sustainability Town Hall explores climate change adaptation

    More than 120 students, faculty and staff attended Wednesday’s Sustainability Town Hall to learn about climate change adaptation practices and how the university’s efforts address climate change.

  2. November 4, 2013

    Campus briefs

    A roundup of news from around the university.

  3. November 4, 2013

    Higher ed briefs

    News from other Michigan public universities and U-M peer institutions across the nation.

  4. October 28, 2013

    Annual energy consumption decreases on Ann Arbor campus

    The university has avoided millions in energy costs for the sixth consecutive year as the result of ongoing efforts by the Planet Blue Operations Team on the Ann Arbor campus.

  5. October 28, 2013

    Campus briefs

    A roundup of news from around the university.

  6. October 28, 2013

    Higher ed briefs

    News from other Michigan public universities and U-M peer institutions across the nation.

  7. October 21, 2013

    Town hall will focus on climate adaptation efforts on campus

    The Office of Campus Sustainability will host a town hall for students, faculty and staff Nov. 6 to share an update on the university’s sustainability goals, with a focus on campus efforts to address climate change.

  8. October 21, 2013

    New Michigan Sea Grant educational tools focus on Great Lakes

    The Great Lakes provide a unique educational opportunity to students and residents of all ages. Two new tools from Michigan Sea Grant help bridge that connection: Teaching Great Lakes Science and Great Lakes FieldScope.

  9. October 15, 2013

    ‘Open innovation’ battery lab established at U-M with Ford, MEDC

    A unique $8 million battery lab at the University of Michigan will enable industry and university researchers to collaborate on developing cheaper and longer lasting energy-storage devices in the heart of the U.S. auto industry. 

  10. October 14, 2013

    Landmark U-M effort measures sustainability culture on campus

    Most U-M faculty, students and staff say they are committed to sustainability, but new survey results indicate significant room for improvement in sustainability behaviors, awareness, engagement and accountability.