2016 Issue

Volume 4 

MJS feature articles

Nicholas B. Rajkovich

Each year in the United States, more people die from heat waves than any other type of natural disaster. Climate change models predict an increase in extreme heat, especially in the Midwest. There have been limited... Full article

Stephen Axon

Whilst the number of studies focusing on strategies to engage the public with addressing climate change and sustainability are growing exponentially, little attention has been paid to the (multiple) ways in which... Full article

Ashlee J. Grace, Elizabeth Gibbons, Matthew Naud, John Callewaert

Identifying mutually beneficial objectives for researchers and practitioners engaged in climate adaptation efforts can often be a challenge. Drawing on the experience of researchers and practitioners involved in a... Full article

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U-M Sustainability Expert Perspectives

9/27/2016
Climate change and the presidential race: Lessons from the Reagan years
Andrew J. Hoffman, Holcim (US) Professor at the Ross School of Business and Education Director at the Graham Sustainability Institute, University of Michigan