Front Five: Resource Efficient Transportation

At speeds of 30 kilometers per hour, velomobiles require 3.5 times less energy than bicycles. Compared to electric vehicles, velomobiles are about 20 times more efficient. They are arguably the most efficient form of transportation on the planet.

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The Solar Highway of the Future

As many of America’s asphalt and concrete roads crumble, solar pavement may offer a brighter future.

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Building a Sustainable ‘Highway of the Future’

Reprinted from Stateline

Just past the Alabama border, in a bit of rural Georgia filled with manufacturing plants and distribution warehouses, there’s an 18-mile stretch of Interstate 85 where new technologies are being tested for what could be a green highway of the future.

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Georgia Tech Professors Take the Carbon Reduction Challenge from Class to Co-op

Reprinted from Scheller News

The Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business is creating the next leaders to take on carbon reduction through an innovative co-curricular initiative launched in partnership with the College of Sciences and partially funded by the Ray C. Anderson Foundation.

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RayDay 2017 is October 15th at Serenbe

Tickets are now available for RayDay 2017

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