Recognizing those who are making a positive environmental impact
The Alumni Magazine talks with Keith Golden, Todd Long and Ryan Gravel about Atlanta's transportation infrastructure.
Imagine Northside Drive and you probably see a street that you’d rather steer clear of lined with dilapidated buildings and overgrown weeds — or at least that’s what the students in Mike Dobbins’ studio envisioned when he mentioned the street to them
Students can participate in the Campus Conservation Nationals leadership team for Georgia Tech.
Creativity, imagination and technology are applied to solving social and environmental issues.
Starting Spring Break, Housing will implement a new single stream recycling system to replace its multi-stream process.
Tech may submit up to five projects and is conducting an internal review of submissions.
See this year's T-shirt design and get other recycling news in this month's Recycling Buzz.
Several bicycle projects approved by the City of Atlanta for 2013-14 will improve connectivity to campus.
Tim Lieuwen, executive director of Tech's Strategic Energy Institute, will serve on the council that advises the U.S. secretary of energy on oil and natural gas issues.