Georgia Tech researchers are developing a broad range of energy technologies.
The Georgia Institute of Technology has selected the team of Lord Aeck Sargent and The Miller Hull Partnership to design the Institute’s Living Building Challenge 3.0 project.
Deadline for nominations is March 13.
Georgia Tech is one of only six higher education campuses in the nation to receive the GS-42 certification.
Georgia Tech’s Urban Honey Bee Project attracted another visit from Atlanta public radio last month.
Advancing Tech’s master campus plan, the Living Building at Georgia Tech will demonstrate the most advanced measures of sustainability possible in the current built environment.
The Air Pollutant Optimization Model provides a new approach for reducing the health effects of ozone and fine particulate pollution.
American School & University recently announced that Georgia Tech receives top honors in the higher education category for the Annual Green Cleaning Awards for Schools & Universities.
Georgia Tech is the second university in the nation to be certified as an affiliate of Bee Campus USA, a program designed to marshal the strengths of educational campuses for the benefit of pollinators.
Campus leaf-collection supports mulch compost development and more effective operations. Compost will be used in our landscaping beds year-round.