We use the campus, our city and our state as a living lab to explore solutions to climate and sustainability challenges. Our work is explicitly solutions-oriented and guided by a biogeochemical understanding of sustainability. We seek solutions that are technologically possible, economically and logistically feasible, and deployable at a large enough scale, and in a short enough time, to address the greatest challenges of the 21st century. We are building a multidisciplinary team to tackle topics as diverse as solar siting while considering the need for conservation and equity, the potential for rock weathering to drawdown atmospheric carbon dioxide, and the role of bison grazing in storing carbon in rangeland soils.
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