1. Tropical vegetation benefits less from elevated atmospheric CO2 than researchers previously thought May 5, 2022
  2. Natural gas could bridge gap from gasoline to electric vehicles, thanks to metal-organic frameworks May 2, 2022
  3. Michigan government leaders support recycling efforts, work to confront implementation challenges April 28, 2022
  4. Sustainably made honors cords adorned by 281 U-M graduates this year April 25, 2022
  5. U-M chemistry lab’s focus on plastics inspires Earth Day cleanup April 18, 2022
  6. Climate change and Michigan: Challenges and opportunities April 18, 2022
  7. Researchers find declining nitrogen availability in a nitrogen-rich world April 14, 2022
  8. Graphene-hBN breakthrough to spur new LEDs, quantum computing April 14, 2022
  9. Women’s exposure to pesticides could affect sleep patterns of female offspring April 12, 2022
  10. High concentrations of PFAS in blood may be linked to higher diabetes in middle-aged women April 12, 2022
  11. Urban agriculture in Detroit: Scattering vs. clustering and the prospects for scaling up April 4, 2022
  12. Solid aerosols found in Arctic atmosphere could impact cloud formation and climate March 28, 2022
  13. Michigan’s local leaders express importance of recycling as state has fallen behind national average March 17, 2022
  14. Fellowship for K-12 teachers: How to empower students to work on sustainability March 16, 2022
  15. Longer, more intense allergy seasons could result from climate change March 16, 2022
  16. Experts from U-M, other North American institutions highlight environmental collaborations during series March 16, 2022
  17. New U-M study assesses the impact of automation on long-haul trucking March 15, 2022
  18. Scientists reconsider the meaning, implications of drought in light of a changing world March 14, 2022
  19. Winter Grab: U-M team bores through Saginaw Bay ice to glimpse Great Lakes life below March 14, 2022
  20. Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant: U-M experts available to discuss March 4, 2022