U-M Campuses Target Climate Change

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All three campuses of the University of Michigan are working together to attain the goal of carbon neutrality.
All three campuses of the University of Michigan are working together to attain the goal of carbon neutrality.

The climate is a main focus of scientists as global warming changes our environment and our lives. This is a challenge both globally and locally and a fight in which each of us can play a role.

UM-Flint is proud to let you know that all three campuses of the University of Michigan are working together to attain the goal of carbon neutrality, to reach a place where our carbon emissions are not harming the environment.

President Mark Schlissel is convening the U-M President’s Commission on Carbon Neutrality. This brings the significant power of our scientific and education communities along with regional partners to confront this worldwide challenge and deploy our critical resources in seeking a more sustainable world.

Please read the University Record story for more information about how your University of Michigan is taking meaningful action on the most important environmental battle of our age.

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