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Reassessing strategies to reduce phosphorus levels in the Detroit River watershed

School of Environment and Sustainability Professor Don Scavia discusses how recent plans to reduce the amount of phosphorus in the Michigan water system may not account for the largest contributors of phosphorous, thus signaling a need for reevaluation. November 6, 2019. # #universityofmichigan-other #web-article #MichiganNews #EnvironmentandSustainability #Science #EarthandEnvironmentalSciences #Ecology #DonScavia #JimErickson ​​​​​​​​​​


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Chemistry’s green future takes root in Flint

UM-Flint Inorganic Chemistry Associate Professor Nicholas Kingsley discusses the harmful effects PFAS has on human health and emphasizes a focus on Green Chemistry that could prevent dangerous chemicals from being created in the future. October 22, 2019. #5-15mins #universityofmichigan-other #web-article #U-MFlint #Science #ChemicalEngineering #EarthandEnvironmentalSciences #PublicHealth #LoganMcGrady #NicholasKingsley ​


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Home 09 26 2019 Documentary Screening: Paris to Pittsburgh Documentary Screening: Paris to Pittsburg

U-M Professors Sara Hughes and Douglas Kelbaugh lead a discussion after a documentary screening of Paris to Pittsburgh about the United States' future in climate action plans. #60+mins #EnvironmentandSustainability #Event #schoolforenvironmentandsustainability #Society #ClimateSciences #EarthandEnvironmentalSciences #Policy #UrbanPlanning #SarahHughes #DouglasKelbaugh ​​​​​​​​​​​

 11-12-2019 | 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM ET


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Save Reefs to Rescue all Ecosystems

Environment and Sustainability Professor Maria Carmen Lemos et al. outline their research on the causes of coral reef degradation and the potential interventions from multiple parties to reduce the damage to this central part of the ocean's ecosystem. October 7, 2019. #5-15mins #EnvironmentandSustainability #web-article #schoolforenvironmentandsustainability #Society #EarthandEnvironmentalSciences #TiffanyHMorrison #TerryPHughes #WNeilAdger #KatrinaBrown ...


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Overpeck on World Drought Day: The Climate Problem is a Drought Problem for Billions of People

Environmental and Susatinability Professor and Samuel A. Graham Dean Dr. Jonathan T. Overpeck discusses what people may not know about how climate change is affecting droughts around the world, and how it can affect Michigan. June 14, 2019. #5-15mins #EnvironmentandSustainability #web-article #schoolforenvironmentandsustainability #Society #EarthandEnvironmentalSciences #JonathanTOverpeck ​​​​​​​​


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Act on Climate: Steps to Individual, Community, and Political Action

Are you concerned about climate change? Would you like to learn how to address and respond to this challenge? If so, this course is for you. Act on Climate: Steps to Individual, Community, and Political Action is intended to help learners understand, address and respond to climate change as individuals and in partnership with their communities and political leaders. The course focuses on how to translate learning into action on climate change in the areas of food, energy, transportation...


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How Recycling More Steel and Aluminum Could Slash Imports Without a Trade War

U-M Department of Mechanical Engineering Professor Daniel Cooper discuses ways that the U.S. could stop an international trade war while also saving the environment through the recycling of steel and aluminum. February 21, 2018. #5-15mins #Engineering #web-article #MichiganEngineeringNewsCenter #GovernmentandPolitics #Business #EarthandEnvironmentalSciences #Economics #Policy


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Why We Do Experimental Research

Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor James K. Wight discusses the importance of conducting experimental research in environmental and civil engineering. June 14, 2019. # #Engineering #web-article #MichiganEngineerNewsCenter #EnvironmentandSustainability #CivilEngineering #EarthandEnvironmentalSciences #JamesKWight ​​​​​​​​


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Large Summer ‘Dead Zone’ Forecast for Chesapeake Bay After Wet Winter and Spring

School for Environment and Sustainability professor emeritus and aquatic ecologist Don Scavia discusses his research in the Chesapeake Bay dead zone, associating factors such as human activity with this toxic peak in nitrogen. June 12, 2019. # #webarticle #MichiganNews #EnvironmentandSustainability #EarthandEnvironmentalSciences #ClimateSciences #Pollution ​​


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Very Large ‘Dead Zone’ Forecast for Gulf of Mexico

School for Environment and Sustainability professor emeritus Don Scavia discusses the growth of the dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico, largely caused by excess nutrient pollution from human activities. June 10, 2019. # #webarticle #MichiganNews #EnvironmentandSustainability #Science #ClimateSciences #Ecology #EarthandEnvironmentalSciences