Planet Blue: Sustainability at the University of Michigan

DECEMBER 2015

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Solar Panels in Africa

Student scientists, advocates & entrepreneurs having global impact

Each year, the U-M Dow Sustainability Fellows Program allows graduate students to tackle complex sustainability issues in places like Detroit, northern California, Sub-Saharan Africa, India, and other local-to-global locations.

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Bee Keepers

Learning about beekeeping

You are invited to join the Ann Arbor Backyard Beekeepers this Tuesday, December 8. Meetings typically start with an informal Q&A at 6:30, followed by a presentation on a topic such as honeybee management, care, protection, and production.

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University of Michigan 2014-15 Sustainability Guide

Did you know that U-M has over 600 sustainability-related courses to choose from?

The U-M sutainability course guide will help you find classes on sustainability topics that you may have never dreamed existed. Check out what's available in LS&A, Social Work, Engineering, Public Health, Law, Business, Art and Design and
Education - -just to name a few!

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Can

Can U-M become electricity independent without fossil fuels?

Find out how this Thursday, Dec 10
Professor Gregg Crane, invites students, faculty, staff and the local community to come learn how the U-M to become the first university on Earth to become electricity independent with renewable resources.

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Construction Worker builds drain

Innovative gardens help manage stormwater while beautifying Detroit neighborhoods

On the former sites of vacant Detroit homes, University of Michigan researchers and their partners have built innovative gardens that help manage stormwater while alleviating neighborhood blight.

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Paris Climate Conference Brand

U-M team attends Paris climate conference

Ten students and faculty members from the University of Michigan are attending the United Nations' 2015 Climate Change Conference in Paris, where nearly 200 world leaders will work to negotiate a binding agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Follow the conversation on Twitter: #UofMCOP21

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