Campus Groups: View a list of all campus groups involved in sustainability at U-M.
Planet Blue Ambassadors: Launched as part of a university-wide commitment to meet campus sustainability goals, this expansive program trains, educates, and encourages students, faculty, and staff to be models of sustainability and be engaged across campus.
Planet Blue Student Innovation Fund: Encourages students to pursue large-scale, high-impact sustainability projects on campus. Provides grants of up to $50,000 for on campus projects.
Student Life: This office offers many opportunities to get involved with sustainability. Planet Blue Student Leaders work as peer-to-peer “eco-reps,” allowing students who are passionate about sustainability to work with staff and students to implement projects and engage peers.
Student Sustainability Initiative: SSI fosters bridges among environmental and sustainability-related student groups at U-M, so they can boost their collective impact in this important area. SSI works closely with Central Student Government's Sustainability Commission.
The U-M Sustainable Food Program is the umbrella organization for more than a dozen food sustainability groups. Students can volunteer at or visit the Campus Farm, M Farmers Markets, or zero waste events.
MASSIVE ONLINE OPEN COURSES (MOOCs):
Act on Climate: Steps to Individual, Community, and Political Action Sustainable Food Teach Out