President Cabrera and First Lady joined (from left) Thiago Esslinger, College of Sciences undergraduate student; Atticus Lemahieu, Environmental Engineering undergraduate student; and Anne Rogers, Office of Campus Sustainability Associate Director, to present the Student Sustainability Champion Award.
Georgia Tech has a new Strategic Plan that informs the Institute's priorities for the next 10 years. The plan's overarching vision is to, "be an example of inclusive innovation," and, "create solutions with real human impact." Building on this theme, the plan includes Institute-wide calls to action related to sustainability.
The Lead by Example Focus Area incorporates a holistic concept of sustainability in its aspiration:
Submitted by sneville3 on December 7, 2020 - 3:38pm
In April, Georgia Tech celebrated the 50th anniversary of earth day. This year's celebration was far from traditional, but still managed to encompass a sense of community as many worked together to take this celebration online. Georgia Tech's Virtual Earth Day Festival was a success thanks to the help of partners, students and everyone who watched and participated.
Written by: Lalith Polepeddi, Research Scientist, Global Change Program
Work-related air travel at Georgia Tech fell by 97% in April 2020 relative to April 2019, offering a glimpse into how Georgia Tech can make inroads towards its emissions reductions goals after the pandemic eases.
Warning: Movie spoilers. Many of our favorite movies are riddled with futuristic food technology, whether it’s a chocolate bar being sent through your TV or a rehydrated pizza. Here are a few wacky film predictions about food tech and their status today:
Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971)
Submitted by sneville3 on February 5, 2020 - 8:43am