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Ann Arbor is urging the University of Michigan to adopt a carbon neutrality plan.
The university currently emits over a third of greenhouse gas emissions in Ann Arbor, according to officials.
For this reason, the Office of Sustainability and Innovation believes coordinating with UM is important to ensure that the city achieves its A2Zero carbon neutrality goal by 2030, officials said.
The Ann Arbor City Council voted unanimously on April 5 to support UM’s goals of achieving carbon neutrality and encourages the school to adopt the proposed recommendations by the President’s Commission on Carbon Neutrality at the school, officials said.