The Center for Sustainable Systems is located in the great southeast Michigan community of Ann Arbor. Visit us on the University of Michigan campus in the historic Samuel Trask Dana Building.
Activities at the Center for Sustainable Systems are generously supported by a variety sponsors.
The Center for Sustainable Systems has its roots in the National Pollution Prevention Center, created in 1991.
The Center for Sustainable Systems is celebrating its 30th anniversary. For three decades, the CSS has led interdisciplinary research across the spectrum of global sustainability challenges.
Research by the Center for Sustainable Systems is often reported in the news and helps inform the community on sustainability issues.
The Center for Sustainable Systems frequently sponsors guest lectures, workshops, seminars and other events related to sustainability.
The Wege Lecture Series, named for Peter M. Wege, annually sponsors a distinguished speaker to visit the University of Michigan campus. Videos and transcripts are available for some of the lectures.
Support CSS in the ongoing efforts to develop and disseminate STEM resources on sustainability.