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.
The Earth Day planning group is calling for design submissions for the 2016 Earth Day T-shirt.
Our woolly, four-legged friends are back to help manage the vegetation
Georgia Tech has received the 2015 Georgia Urban Forest Council’s (GUFC) prestigious President’s Award for its comprehensive urban campus tree inventory and management practices.
The Professional Grounds Management Society (PGMS) recently recognized Georgia Tech with an Honor Award in the Society's 2015 Green Star Awards competition.
Students are invited to compete in the collegiate Solar Decathlon competition.
The best defense against bike theft is the use of a high-quality U-lock to secure the bike to one of the many bike racks on campus.
Tech receives funding to pursue the first Living Building Challenge 3.0-certified facility of its size and function in the Southeast.
Professor Ching-Hua Huang and two graduate students will study whether a process called ozone-biologically active filtration can clean wastewater enough to meet high drinking-water quality standards.