Animal Biology Professor Ken Paige and Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Jeffery Roesler will teach ENVS 492 in fall 2017.
Starting this semester, when you flip on the lights in a building at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, your action will lead to fewer campus GHG emissions.
Researchers Illinois and collaborating institutions predict that Midwest soil may lose as much at 15% of its stored carbon — and thus its fertility — over the next 100 years.
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 VISION IS TO FIND SOLUTIONS THAT MEET THE DEMAND FOR FOOD, WATER, AND ENERGY OF A SKYROCKETING WORLD POPULATION — WHILE ENSURING A SAFE AND SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENT.
OUR MISSION IS TO CREATE ACTIONABLE, INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH THAT CONCENTRATES ON FUNDAMENTAL CHALLENGES IN THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT. FULL MISSION STATEMENT >>>