Find Green Engineering Programs Outside of EPA
- NASA is using green engineering to accomplish its mission by minimizing and mitigating risks, especially those from materials that are obsolete or restricted by national and international environmental regulations. Green engineering is also enhancing mission effectiveness and efficiency by increasing multiple uses of materials and the reuse of wastewater and air in closed systems, while reducing weight and minimizing exposure to hazardous materials on long-term missions.
- National Science Foundation's Environmental Sustainability Program offers funding opportunities for green engineering research. Research is encouraged to advance the sustainability of manufacturing processes, green buildings, and infrastructure. Many programs in the Engineering Directorate support research in environmentally benign manufacturing or chemical processes.
Universities across the nation offer green engineering undergraduate and graduate programs.* The following links exit the site Exit
- University of Pittsburgh Mascaro Center for Sustainable Innovation
- University of Michigan College of Engineering & School of Natural Resources and Environment
- Yale University Center for Green Chemistry & Green Engineering
- Carnegie Mellon University
Undergraduate and graduate programs
- Arizona State University
*The list of undergraduate and graduate programs above is not comprehensive. Please contact EPA's Green Engineering Program if you would like to request an academic program be added to this list.