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Today, the fences around Tech Green are being removed, and the campus community will be able to once again enjoy this central green space — just in time for Homecoming Weekend.
The environmental justice movement is concerned with making sure no community takes on an unfair share of environmental burdens and that environmental benefits are shared equitably, regardless of race, class, gender, or orientation.
The Student Government Association's Sustainability Committee is offering up to $10,000 for student led-projects that offer feasible, innovative ideas for improving Georgia Tech’s sustainability efforts.
On Sept. 14, Ajeet Rohatgi, Regents’ Professor in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, was named one of the 19 funding recipients in the Photovoltaics Research and Development Program as part of the U.S. DoE SunShot Initiative.
The Georgia Institute of Technology has reached another project milestone by selecting Skanska to construct the Institute’s Living Building.
Although construction won’t begin until the spring semester of 2017, students have been working since 2015 to design the Solar Home at Georgia Tech that will be entered in the next Department of Energy Solar Decathlon.
Extreme weather conditions associated with climate change may extend the ozone season in the Southeastern United States.
Twenty-three Georgia Tech students take "Progress and Service" to a health clinic in Haiti — and bring a lot of lessons home.
While global warming shrinks ice caps, it's expanding “oxygen minimum zones,” where newly discovered bacteria are depleting waters of nitrogen, a nutrient essential to life. This could be creating imbalances.
A conference hosted recently by Tech’s Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain had participants look at how to blaze new paths in sustainable education and community engagement — and even took them into the field to get their hands (or rather, shoes) dirty.

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