UMass Amherst has been a leader in green research and education since our founding as a land grant institution in 1863.
AT UMass Amherst, sustainability isn’t just another class you take. More than a third of our majors offer opportunities to learn and practice sustainability across all disciplines, taught by faculty members who are passionate about changing society and protecting our environment. You can choose from more than 20 sustainability-related undergraduate majors. You can enrich your studies with a sustainability-focused concentration. Feel free to browse the sustainability class listing to find a class that piques your interest (and fits your schedule).
UMass Sustainability Academics: http://www.umass.edu/sustainability/academics
Individually and as part of large interdisciplinary teams, campus researchers generate the foundational knowledge underpinning next-generation green technologies. Cutting-edge faculty expertise ranges from climate change to clean energy, from watershed protection to urban ecology. In science and engineering, business and economics, the arts and culture, UMass Amherst researchers are laying the foundation for a greener tomorrow.
Environment and Energy Gateways: http://www.umass.edu/researchnext/gateway/environment