Research -Environment at CMU - Carnegie Mellon University


Transitioning to a Sustainable Future: there is an imperative at Carnegie Mellon to do research that is problem-driven, collaborative and interdisciplinary. 

These 20 research centers work in two distinct areas; 1) Urban Infrastructure and Sustainable Cities and 2) Energy Transition Strategies and the Environment.

Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation

Center for Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology (CEINT)

Center for Climate and Energy Decision Making

The Center for Risk Perception and Communication

Center for Ethics and Policy

Center for Sensed Critical Infrastructure (CenSCIR)

Center for Building Performance and Diagnostics

Center for International Corporate Responsibility

Center for Atmospheric Particle Studies

Center for Air, Climate and Energy Solutions

Western Pennsylvania Brownfields Center

Electricity Industry Center

Center for Iron and Steelmaking Research

Center for Sustainable Engineering

Studio for Creative Inquiry


Remaking Cities Institute

Living Environments Lab

Design Decisions Laboratory

Green Design Institute

Institute for Green Science

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