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Energy Insights from Policy Expert Marilyn Brown
Office supply exchange expands beyond Earth Day
Georgia Tech wins a Keep Georgia Beautiful award in the waste reduction and recycling category.
Arbor Day Foundation honors Georgia Tech for the second straight year
Georgia Tech students developed a distribution system for bike share programs.  The new technology, called viaCycle, tracks bikes and allows for easy distribution of bikes in an urban setting.
Georgia Tech will be one of five teams that will compete to win the $200,000 MIT Clean Energy Prize
The Georgia Institute of Technology is one of 18 colleges and universities named to Princeton Review’s 2010 Green Rating Honor Roll.
Highlighting a program that has received both local and national recognition for sustainable practices
Georgia Tech received Upper Chattahoochee Riverkeeper’s first River
Sustainability Award for the university’s significant investment in and
leadership on behalf of water and energy efficiency as exemplified by campus
sustainability programs. Shown (left to right)  Aris Georgakakos, Director, Georgia Water Resources Institute; Marcia Kinstler, Georgia Tech sustainability director; Bert Bras, director, Sustainable Design and Manufacturing Center and Mike Eckert, venture fellow with Georgia Tech’s Ventu
UCR recognizes Tech at the organization’s 16th Annual Patron Appreciation Dinner
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