This video is part of a series of training modules open to University of Michigan community members to learn more about our campus sustainability initiative, Planet Blue, and get involved in sustainability both on campus and off. There are a total of five modules oriented around energy, food, waste, water, and community. The full training can be found at www.sustainability.umich.edu
This video is part of a series of training modules open to the U-M community to learn more about our campus sustainability initiative, Planet Blue, and get involved in sustainability on and off campus. There are a total of five modules oriented around energy, food, waste, water and community. The full training can be found at www.sustainability.umich.edu
Stakeholders articulate the value provided by the University of Michigan’s Graham Sustainability Institute in addressing critical sustainability challenges.
These findings from the Laikipia District have important implications in achieving the twin objectives of wildlife conservation and pastoralist livestock production in northern Kenya.
By David A. O'Connor, Bilal Butt, and Johannes B. Foufopoulos
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Alex Papo, Ursula Jessee, Aditi Moorthy
Geoff Burmeister, Sommer Engels, Ben Hamm, Andrea Kraus
Matthew Weibel, Valerie Tran, Stephen Scheele, Caitlin Jacob, Joseph Halso
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The goal of this project is to marry the traditional with the modern by recycling a renewable resource within farming communities of Telangana state in India. Minor irrigation ponds are man-made banked earth structures used to store rainwater, and have been in use in Telangana for centuries. These ponds have to be de-silted to keep up their water storage capacity, with the silt being applied to agricultural land in place of artificial inputs (fertilizers and pesticides).