The increasing acidification of ocean waters caused by rising atmospheric carbon dioxide levels could rob sharks of their ability to sense the smell of food, a new study suggests.
The four-year study completed by Georgia Tech is the first major national assessment of the health of those who live in major cities, the impact of rising temperatures and what city leaders can do to alleviate the crisis.
Pacific corals and fish can both smell a bad neighborhood, and use that ability to avoid settling in damaged reefs.
Tech was named to the 2015 Princeton Review's Green Honor Roll and the Sierra Club's Top 10 Cool Schools.
Study is the first to indicate that Antarctica is sensitive to seismic waves from distant earthquakes
Students will spend four years redesigning the Chevrolet Camaro into a hybrid car.
The first of four new courses in sustainable transportation rolls out in Fall 2014 at Georgia Tech, thanks to $250,000 in matching funds from the Office of the Executive Vice President of Research.
Jeanette Yen, professor in the School of Biology, and a team of scientists spend the summer in Antarctica studying how plankton may be a canary in the coal mine of climate change.
Lisa Safstrom has worked at Tech as a campus transportation planner since 2013.
Steve Swant, executive vice president for Administration and Finance, demonstrates leadership by combining his passion for sustainability with the relentless pursuit of a lean bottom line.