The President’s Commission on Carbon Neutrality, established in 2019, is charged with recommending strategies for U-M to achieve carbon neutrality, that are scalable and transferable for other institutions and larger communities to achieve the same goal. The commission’s work spans all three U-M campuses and Michigan Medicine, and encompasses emissions from direct, purchased and indirect sources.
U-M researchers collaborate across a wide variety of disciplines in order to advance knowledge and solve challenging problems. The interdisciplinary environment at U-M has sparked a broad spectrum of cross-cutting projects and initiatives that address sustainability challenges related to population growth, climate change, land and water use, energy choices and poverty. Find U-M experts in sustainability and environmental science, across fields and academic units.