Managing natural resources and developing sustainable alternative energy sources are among the most critical challenges facing the world today. Clemson University’s strengths and expertise in alternative energy technologies, water resources, sustainable agriculture, the built environment and the natural environment come together to address these challenges on many fronts.
Clemson faculty, staff and students are agents of positive change, working in collaborative partnerships through the Baruch Institute of Coastal Ecology and Forest Science, the Clemson Institute for Environmental Toxicology, the Clemson Environmental Institute, the South Carolina Institute for Energy Studies, the Clemson University Restoration Institute, the Center for Nuclear Environmental Engineering Sciences and Radioactive Waste Management and the Warren E. Lasch Conservation Center.
Among the innovative efforts under way:
With facilities throughout South Carolina and beyond, Clemson is positioned to lead the way in all facets of environmental sustainability.
Belle W. Baruch Institute of Coastal Ecology and Forest Science
Clemson Institute for Environmental Studies
Clemson Institute for Environmental Toxicology
Clemson University Restoration Institute
South Carolina Institute for Energy Studies