Video: Adaptation is the new black. Just ask road trippers Allie Goldstein, MS ’13, and Kirsten Howard, MS ’13, who are criss-crossing the country and changing the conversation around climate change.
A study on survivors of 2011′s triple disaster in Japan reveals options to help prevent and protect against the violence that often follows such events.
We all know that the wolverine is a rare breed. But it’s also a threatened species that needs our protection. Biologist Bridget Fahey, MS ’97, is on the case at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Sustainability research funding at U-M is up by 200 percent since 2003. Sustainability faculty and courses are increasing too.
Imagine a home that had walls filled with water, toilets that composted their own waste, and a roof capable of disinfecting water through the sun’s UV rays. Now imagine a team of engineering students retrofitting one Ann Arbor home to achieve net-zero water consumption.
A new research and education center will guide efforts to protect the world’s largest group of freshwater lakes.