Skip to main content

Environmental Policy & Business

Moving society toward a more sustainable future requires contributions from the public, private, and social sectors. Bold, equitable public policies, innovative business practices, and disruptions and adaptations within legacy industries can all help address the climate crisis.

Scroll to continue

Pursuing Bold and Equitable Solutions

The University of Michigan is leading research, analyzing new technologies, and convening and expanding programs and partnerships around critical topics pertaining to sustainable business practices, environmental policy and climate action, and emerging economic trends.

Enabling Cross-Sector Progress

From helping Michigan communities plan for renewable energy use to examining the broader discourse between climate change and national politics, U-M experts are assessing innovative environmental policies, business practices, and economic trends. Some of our key partnerships and initiatives include: the Erb Institute, the Center for Local, State and Urban Policy, the Urban Collaboratory, and the Urban Energy Justice Lab (UEJ). Find U-M experts in sustainability and environmental science, across fields and academic units.

News

Private sector action may be linchpin to conservative support on climate change
Professor Kyle Whyte named to White House Environmental Justice Advisory Council
U-M carbon neutrality commission submits final recommendations
Gala Learning Case: Great Lakes Climate Adaptation Network
U-M, Ford open world-class robotics complex
More news →