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
Third annual Student Sustainability Guide, updated and produced by the Graham Sustainability Institute. The guide provides valuable tips and information related to the following core areas of campus sustainability on campus: Climate Action; Waste Prevention; Healthy Environments; and Community Awareness.
Original content compiled by students in the "Sustainability & the Campus" course in 2010
By Larissa Larsen and Joe Grengs, Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning
Students: Julia Billings, Emily Provonsha, Karen Spangler, and Allison Sponseller
Report prepared with funding from the Graham Sustainability Institute
MJEAL is the University of Michigan Law School's newest legal journal, made possible by a grant from the Graham Sustainability Institute at the University of Michigan. The journal publishes articles, student notes, comments, essays, and online blog posts on all aspects of environmental and administrative law. Hard copies are available for purchase online.
The publication was launched with the Spring 2012 issue (Vol. 1, No. 1)
Building Sustainability Change Management and Leadership Skills in Students: Lessons Learned from "Sustainability and the Campus" at the University of Michigan
By Michael Shriberg & Kathryn Harris
Produced by the Office of Campus Sustainability with input from the Graham Sustainability Institute, this 12-page report outlines key sustainability accomplishments and developments at the University of Michigan during the 2011 Fiscal Year.
Research paper by Graham Doctoral Fellows Ethan D. Schoolman, Jeremy S. Guest, Kathleen F. Bush, and Andrew R. Bell.
A detailed, 513-page report (PDF) generated after the 20-month Campus Sustainability integrated Assessment at U-M.
This two-page printable document provides a summary of the Campus Sustainability Integrated Assessment process and outcomes in the four primary theme areas: Climate Action, Waste Prevention, Health Environments, and Community Awareness.