Civil and Environmental Engineering
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    Center for Low Carbon Built Environment

    Announcing a new interdisciplinary effort to dramatically lower carbon emissions over the next decade. With partnerships across the value chain of building and infrastructure, the Center is fighting climate change by reimagining the way we build. Explore the Center »

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    Why Civil and Environmental Engineering at Michigan?

    We’re building on our enduring legacy to tackle some of the most complex challenges facing our society and our planet. More than any other engineering discipline, we are in service to society advancing the common good. Learn more »

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    Reducing carbon emissions by capturing truck exhaust

    By utilizing a mobile capture concept, researchers have designed a way to capture 70-80 percent of all CO2 emissions from truck exhaust pipes Watch the video »

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    Using autonomous drones to map methane in landfills

    Researchers can pin down concentrations of the gas in landfills using autonomous drones equipped with lasers Watch the video »

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