ACTIONABLE RESEARCH IS FINDING REAL-WORLD, LASTING
SOLUTIONS TO EARTH’S MOST PRESSING SUSTAINABILITY,
ENERGY, AND ENVIRONMENTAL NEEDS.
Sustainability is meeting the needs of the present
without compromising the ability of future
generations to meet their own needs.
OUR MISSION IS TO CREATE ACTIONABLE, INTERDISCIPLINARY
RESEARCH THAT CONCENTRATES ON FUNDAMENTAL CHALLENGES
IN THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT.
OUR VISION IS TO FIND SOLUTIONS THAT MEET THE GROWING
DEMAND FOR FOOD, WATER AND ENERGY OF THE RAPIDLY
INCREASING WORLD POPULATION, WHILE ENSURING A SAFE,
PRODUCTIVE AND SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENT FOR ALL.
Looking for an environmental read this semester? Look no further than these titles recommended by Illinois faculty. (We promise none of them is “Silent Spring!”)read more
Sale of certified carbon credits are more than $700,000; proceeds will fund additional emission reductions and energy conservation projects on the Urbana campus.read more
The Institute for Sustainability, Energy, and Environment (iSEE) is pleased to announce it has launched a new website — energy.illinois.edu — to unite the dozens of energy scholars on the University of Illinois’ Urbana-Champaign campus.read more
iSEE’s Olivia Webb gave youngsters at the World Explorers Summer Camp in Savoy a taste for sustainability and environmental science this month.read more
Sign up now to attend iSEE Congress 2016 on Sept. 12-14, 2016, at the Alice Campbell Alumni Center.read more
Expanded polystyrene — more commonly known by its brand name “Styrofoam” — is everywhere. Sadly, almost all of it gets tossed in the trash. Styrecycle, a new iSEE-supported and student-pioneered specialty recycling program on campus, was created to cut down the volume of Styrofoam headed to the landfill.read more