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The earth is finally beginning to make way for The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design.
A new Georgia Tech initiative is underway that will coordinate and grow educational and research activities focused on providing solutions and creating economic opportunities at the intersection of global change, climate change, and energy.
But you can start preparing now for two of the festival’s events: the clothing swap and office supply exchange.
The Kendeda Building is already receiving accolades before construction is completed.
Georgia Tech has been re-accredited with a 4-star rating as part of the Professional Grounds Management Society’s (PGMS) Landscape Management and Operations Accreditation.
Georgia Tech has been honored with 2017 Tree Campus USA® recognition by the Arbor Day Foundation for its commitment to effective urban forest management.
For students interested in learning about sustainable development and climate change while living in the heart of Venice, a new study abroad program makes that dream a reality.
This fall, the Office of Solid Waste Management & Recycling, Building Services, and the Office of Campus Sustainability launched a pilot composting project in the Roger A. and Helen B. Krone Engineered Biosystems Building (EBB).
An Algenol-Georgia Tech team that includes ISyE Anderson Interface Professor of Natural Systems Valerie Thomas, is working to produce ethanol from cyanobacteria.
The new 1.5-mile bike pathway that borders the western edge of campus ranked No. 1 on a People for Bikes 2017 list of Best New Bikeways.

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