Kim Wolske and Andrew Hoffman, Erb Institute for Global Sustainable Enterprise
Keywords: Fracking, hydraulic fracturing, oil or natural gas extraction, water quality, Graham Sustainability Institute, Michigan
This article introduces an urban sustainability index that is based on a theoretically consistent, empirical measure of quality of life.
A description of Liquid Planning - a collaborative teaching initiative that develops methods of trans-disciplinary practice in the Taubman College of Architecture and Planning at the University of Michigan.
David Berry, Ph.D., Graham Doctoral Fellow
This paper offers a methodology for estimating indirect amenity expenditures that is consistent with principles of national accounting and fundamentals of spatial sorting behavior.
"Just as the City of Detroit is changing for the better, so is HOPE Village," says a community member and education dialogue participant. "Some people are looking at Downtown Detroit and Midtown as the place to be, but HOPE Village is the place to watch for the emerging, re-generated, dynamic neighborhood."
By Mike Shriberg and Lindsey MacDonald
An interactive, online report outlining some of the University of Michigan's significant achievements in sustainability education, research, and operations in 2012.
Click here to access the report.
In this paper, values associated with water-sociocultural, economic, and chemical-in a small-scale gold mining community in northeastern Ghana are considered.
Irem Daloglu, Kyung Hwa Cho, & Donald Scavia
Environmental Science & Technology