The Office of Campus Sustainability’s Work Green certification program celebrates and supports Georgia Tech staff and faculty who contribute to campus goals by promoting sustainable practices in the workplace.
Tech earned recognition as a Tree Campus USA for 2016 from the Arbor Day Foundation.
The Living Building at Georgia Tech has reached a major milestone, with the approval of the schematic design.
Evolution's genesis moment: Phosphorus, oxygen and the explosion of new, diverse life
Soil carbon stored in peat bogs may not convert to greenhouse gasses in the face of global warming.
A simple solution-based processing technique could help reduce the cost of polymer solar cells.
The award, announced Nov. 29, is a promotion from Tech’s designation as a Silver level BFU in 2012.
Earlier this year, the Student Move-Out Recycling Program evolved to not only collect recyclable waste and donations, but also help feed hungry students.
Sustainability and the arts were at the forefront of highlights during the Staff Council’s third Inform Georgia Tech event on Nov. 15.
In an effort to conserve water and help reduce the impact of the severe drought conditions in North Georgia, Facilities Management’s Landscape Services has proactively stopped all noncritical irrigation on campus.