Environment

  1. Landmark US climate bill: U-M experts available August 12, 2022
  2. U-M study: Local renewable energy employment can fully replace U.S. coal jobs nationwide August 10, 2022
  3. Study: Even modest climate change may lead to sweeping changes in northernmost forests August 10, 2022
  4. Carbon emissions and grocery shopping: EVs and home delivery better, ‘trip chaining’ and robots best August 8, 2022
  5. New global map of ant biodiversity reveals areas that may hide undiscovered species August 3, 2022
  6. Scientists develop greener, more efficient method for producing next-generation antibiotics July 27, 2022
  7. Monarch butterflies now listed as endangered: U-M experts available to comment July 21, 2022
  8. Solar-powered chemistry uses carbon dioxide and water to make feedstock for fuels, chemicals July 6, 2022
  9. Supreme Court limits EPA’s ability to regulate carbon emissions: U-M experts available June 30, 2022
  10. Below-average harmful algal bloom predicted for western Lake Erie June 30, 2022
  11. Chesapeake Bay ‘dead zone’ predicted to be 13% lower than average June 28, 2022
  12. U-M awarded $53M to expand federally funded Great Lakes research institute over next 5 years June 27, 2022
  13. New approach reduces EV battery testing time by 75% June 27, 2022
  14. Mastodon tusk chemical analysis reveals first evidence of one extinct animal’s annual migration June 13, 2022
  15. NOAA forecasts average-size Gulf of Mexico summer ‘dead zone’  June 2, 2022
  16. Exposure to chemicals increased in pregnant women in the last decade, study suggests June 1, 2022
  17. Input from those affected by environmental burdens must be incorporated into environmental justice tools June 1, 2022
  18. Models predict that planned phosphorus reductions will make Lake Erie more toxic May 26, 2022
  19. Do urban gardens lead to gentrification? Not in Detroit, study shows May 25, 2022
  20. U-M Peony Garden named after W. E. Upjohn 100 years after his original gift May 19, 2022