Georgia Tech Launches Carbon Reduction Challenge with NextGen Grant

Georgia Tech students will partner with internship and co-op employers to identify and execute a plan to reduce their carbon emissions. Guided by professors Kim Cobb (College of Sciences) and Beril Toktay (Scheller College), students will gain valuable carbon footprinting and project management experience while learning how to build the business case for reducing emissions.

This innovative program was made possible by a grant from The Ray C. Anderson Foundation's NextGen Committee and matching funds from the Dean’s Innovation Fund in Scheller College.

The NextGen Committee is made up of Ray C. Anderson's five grandchildren and their spouses.