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An analysis of surface water impacts and ecological concerns related to hydraulic fracturing.

July 2014
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David J. Schwab, Ph.D., U-M Water Center

With support from the National Wildlife Federation, this eight-page report examines the wide extent to which an oil spill beneath the Straits of Mackinac could impact Great Lakes ecology, wildlife, and coastal communities. Animated videos of potential flow patterns are available on the Graham Institute's YouTube page.

July 2014
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Dow Sustainability Fellows Program

Ali Al-Heji, Rachel Chalat, Josh Cornfeld, and Sarah Mostafa

Completed for the Michigan Public Service Commission

June 2014
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David M. Uhlmann, U-M Law School

Harvard Environmental Law Review, Vol. 37, 2014
U of Michigan Public Law Research Paper No. 368

May 2014
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The Integrated Assessment Center at the Graham Sustainability Institute brings together interdisciplinary research teams, decision-makers, and key stakeholders to develop pathways toward real solutions. With support from the Integrated Assessment Center, teams are working in Ghana and Peru to address major water issues and their impacts on health.

April 2014
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Article in the Journal of Great Lakes Research

Daniel K. Rucinski, Joseph V. DePinto, Donald Scavia, and Dmitry Beletsky

March 2014
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Fact Sheet

The Graham Sustainability Institute is a University of Michigan Provost’s unit that systematically brings together and harnesses talents across all U-M schools, colleges, and units. The Summary of Activities document describes our work, which focuses on three key areas: Translational Science, Transformative Learning, and Campus Leadership

March 2014
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Before they won a Gold Medal for Ice Dancing in the 2014 Olympics, University of Michigan Students Meryl Davis and Charlie White pitched in for this video to promote a sustainable alternative to bottled water.

February 2014
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
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To better understand heat-related intervention strategies used by four cities in the nation, this study presents the results from 73 interviews. Representatives from government and non-governmental organizations, including public health, general social services, emergency management, meteorology, and the environmental planning sectors were interviewed. Those interviewed represented cities selected for their diverse demographics, climates, and climate adaptation strategies, including Detroit, MI; New York City, NY; Philadelphia, PA; and Phoenix, AZ.

February 2014
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Dow Sustainability Fellows Program

Ryan Gourley, Arthur Prokosch, Sabrina Sullivan, and Chirapon Wangwongwiroj

December 2013

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