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But it’s a dry heat: Climate change and the aridification of North America

U-M climate scientist Jonathan Overpeck discusses the climate change of North America, and how the land is becoming more dry due to climate change. May 20, 2020. # #EnvironmentandSustainability #web-article #schoolforenvironmentandsustainability #Sustainability ...


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Carbon footprint hotspots: Mapping China's export-driven emissions

School for Environment and Sustainability researcher Shen Qu et. al. discusses research during the COVID-19 that provides the most detailed mapping of China's export-driven CO2 emissions to date. May 7, 2020. # #EnvironmentandSustainability #web-article ...


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Navigating the Science-Action Labyrinth

School for Environment and Sustainability climate scientist Jonathan Overpeck discusses how he sees his role in global society and the complex landscape of converting science to action. April 27, 2020. # #EnvironmentandSustainability #web-article ...


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Study: Cutting animal-based foods in U.S. diet by half could prevent 1.6 billion tons of greenhouse gas emissions by 2030

School for Environment and Sustainability researchers have partnered with Tulane University in a study that has found cutting animal based foods in the U.S. can prevent 1.6 billion tons of greenhouse gases. April 29, 2020. # #EnvironmentandSustainability #web-article ...


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Balancing Impacts of Range-shifting Species: Invasive Disruption vs. Biodiversity Benefits

School for Environment and Sustainability Associate Professor Inés Ibáñez published a paper about invasive species, urging greater discussion about the effects of species on different environments. May 1, 2020. # #EnvironmentandSustainability #web-article ...


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Energy Poverty in the United States

U-M School for Environment and Sustainability assistant professor Tony Reames and doctoral candidate Dominic Bednar published a study about energy poverty in the United States and how it is not recognized as a distinct problem by the federal government. March 24, 2020. # ...


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Case studies provide in-depth lessons about sustainability

U-M group of multidisciplinary professors and researchers have compiled very detailed case studies about the changing climate and different ecosystems to educate people about how our Earth is being affected by climate change. March 31, 2020. # #EnvironmentandSustainability #web...


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Feeling stressed? Take a 'nature pill'

U-M School for Environment and Sustainability associate professor MaryCarol Hunter recommends those who are feeling stressed to take a 20 minute break and head outdoors to improve mental well-being and lower stress hormone levels. April 8, 2020. # #EnvironmentandSustainability ...


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COVID-19 Could Hit Hardest in Places With the Most Air Pollution

U-M School of Environment and Sustainability have published results from a study conducted by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University that show individuals who live in areas with higher air pollution are more susceptible to COVID-19. April 8, 2020. # ...


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Healthy Soil, Healthy Water, Right?

School for Environment and Sustainability Assistant Professor Jennifer Blesh and team work to better understand how changes in soil health affect downstream water quality. February 28, 2020. # #EnvironmentandSustainability #web-article #schoolforenvironmentandsustainability ...