Pipeline 5
Sep 16, 2021
Lansing, MI — Climate scientists and economic experts submitted written testimony late yesterday to the Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) about the significance of excessive greenhouse gas emissions that would be generated if Enbridge’s Line 5 tunnel siting permit is approved.


Balancing the Structural and Ethical Challenges of the EV Industry
Sep 14, 2021
As more sustainable technologies develop, such as Electric Vehicles (EVs), life cycle analysis should scrutinize ways in which impacts can be reduced, even though EVs produce less carbon dioxide emissions overall. Materiality concerns itself with physical attributes of an object that then impact how they are used or interacted within society. 

SEAS Perspectives

Redlining and Environmental Racism
Aug 16, 2021

Homeownership has been a core value and aspiration for many American households over the last half century.

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Landscape Architecture Foundation Profile: Elizabeth Chong Baskerville (
Jul 30, 2021
The Landscape Architecture Foundation profiled Elizabeth Chong Baskerville (BS '07, MS '14, MLA '16), a graduate of the Master of Landscape Architecture program at the School for Environment and Sustainability, as part of its Perspectives series, which highlights landscape architects from diverse backgrounds discussing how they came to the profession and where they see it heading. 

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