Michigan State University published its first climate action report Friday detailed the university’s progress toward achieving sustainability and carbon neutrality goals through fiscal year 2022.

U press release obtained by The Michigan Daily, Interim University President Mary Sue Coleman said the university will continue its commitment to its carbon neutrality goals and work with various stakeholders to achieve them.

“Carbon neutrality is at the heart of what we do; in planning and powering our buildings, deploying our buses, conducting cutting-edge research and investing to fund such work,” Coleman wrote. “I look forward to building on our progress and learning from like-minded partners and communities as we strive for a more sustainable world. Together, we can take significant climate action.”

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