Scientists studying the atmosphere above Barrow, Alaska, have discovered unprecedented levels of molecular chlorine in the air, a new study reports.
Georgia Tech's Gameday Recycling Program recycled its 100th ton of waste this season.
Competition may have a high cost for at least one species of tropical seaweed.
Researchers are developing a family of generators that provide power by harnessing the triboelectric effect.
Institute honored for services and infrastructure that supports alternative transportation.
The Carbon-Neutral Energy Solutions (CNES) Laboratory brings together a diverse mix of experts to solve some of the big technological problems in clean energy and partner with industry to bring these solutions to the market.
Bike-related activities will take place throughout the week for both cyclists and non-cyclists on campus.
The Earth Day planning group is calling for design submissions for the 2014 Earth Day T-shirt.
Researchers have compared energy consumption, greenhouse gas emissions and total cost of ownership for electric and diesel trucks.
Campus community encouraged to submit activities with an emphasis on thought leadership in the energy arena.