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Campus bicycle enthusiasts continue to make Tech more bicycle-friendly.
Students saved 200,000 pounds of CO2 in just over eight weeks.
Read about Earth Day 2012 and donations collected during spring moveout.
Funding will help Georgia Tech advance nuclear energy research and train the next generation of nuclear industry leaders.
Georgia Tech received a Gates Foundation grant to design a net-zero energy warehousing and distribution system for vaccines and drugs in developing countries.
Program will attract more women to clean energy careers and supporting their advancement into leadership positions.
Tech was recognized by the ACUPCC during its “Celebrating Sustainability” series.
Motivated students work to improve bicycle climate of campus.
Student, faculty and staff volunteers needed for annual Earth Day Celebration.

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