Articles about Grants

Scheller Interns at SunTrust Win Carbon Reduction Challenge

Reprinted from Georgia Tech's Scheller News

The Ray C. Anderson Foundation's NextGen Commitee Helped Fund the expansion of the Carbon Reduction Challenge into Georgia Tech's Co-op and Internship programs. The winning team had two members from the Scheller College of Business and four students from Ray's alma mater - Industrial and Systems Engineering

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Brightening Our Corner - August 2017 Newsletter

Quarterly Newsletter from the Ray C. Anderson Foundation

The Ray C. Anderson Foundation's Quarterly Newsletter is out - Brightening Our Corner

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Pay Attention to The Ray, urges WheelRight's John Catling

Development of a connected and sustainable highway needs dedicated leaders within institutions, companies and governments. Europe should take heed of The Ray initiative in the US, argues John Catling

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Here's what a sustainable highway might look like

Reprinted from GreenBiz.com

If you want to see the future of transport in action, you might expect to tour a Silicon Valley research and development lab. But one of the best places to see the future of sustainable transportation might be in the heart of Georgia on an 18-mile stretch of highway I-85, near the city of LaGrange.

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In rural Georgia, state builds high-tech ‘highway of the future’

Government, companies, foundation collaborate on The Ray.

Reprinted from AJC.com

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Five Nature-Inspired Climate Change Solutions Advance to Entrepreneurship Accelerator

Winners announced for a biomimicry innovation challenge that seeks solutions to climate change.

Five teams of entrepreneurs from around the world have been chosen to participate in the newest cohort of the world’s only business accelerator program dedicated to bringing nature-inspired solutions to market.

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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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Paul Hawken Premieres Drawdown at Foundation Event

The Ray C. Anderson Foundation proudly sponsored a private launch party and book signing for Drawdown on April 24th at Southface. More than 80 people attended the event and were treated to a personal introduction by Paul Hawken, who founded the Project Drawdown initiative and edited the book which premiered in mid-April.

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The Ray is Evolving as a Living Laboratory

The Ray is continuing its mission as a living laboratory through its ever-evolving projects and demonstrations. The last few months have seen a focus on “soft tech.”

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