Students take home 1ST PLACE in the U.S. Department of Energy, 2017 Race to Zero Student Design Competition!
The Race to Zero encourages students to work with builders, developers, community leaders, and other industry partners to meet stringent design requirements and create marketable, affordable concepts.
In the world of water research, underserved communities provide the ultimate learning ground for undergrads.
The Energy and Environmental Leadership Camp, now in its second year, will be offered June 19-23 through the Georgia Tech CEISMC Summer Peaks program.
Join Georgia Tech on April 21 in celebration of Earth Day 2017. Stop by Tech Green between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. for free organic popcorn, a clothing swap, an office supply exchange, a raffle for a year of free Zipcar use, and more.
From April 17–21, students will try to fit a week’s worth of waste into a single gallon-sized bag.
The inaugural Strategic Plan for Sustainable Practice lays out the long-term vision and goals that will guide sustainability efforts on campus for the next 10 years.
Earth Day at Georgia Tech will celebrate its 20th year in April, and part of the tradition is honoring those on campus doing outstanding environmental work.
The Office of Campus Sustainability’s Work Green certification program celebrates and supports Georgia Tech staff and faculty who contribute to campus goals by promoting sustainable practices in the workplace.
Tech earned recognition as a Tree Campus USA for 2016 from the Arbor Day Foundation.
The Living Building at Georgia Tech has reached a major milestone, with the approval of the schematic design.