Articles about Climate Change

Passion First, Influence Next: A Talk by John Lanier Strikes a Chord With First-Year Undergraduate

A Story from the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business

Ella Stewart, a first-year undergraduate student at Georgia Tech, majoring in earth and atmospheric sciences, had the chance to hear John Lanier speak last fall. about his book; Mid-Course Correction Revisited. She tells her story and illustrates the impact that sustainability has on her life.

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What if you could rescue landscapes that have been deforested...with a tree?

Reprinted from The Hill

The Inga is a tough tree that helps restore nitrogen in soil and has a fruit that tastes like ice cream. What’s not to love?

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Brightening Our Corner Newsletter - November 2019

The Foundation's quarterly newsletter has been issued. Check it out for the latest updates on the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business, Biomimicry Institute, Georgia Drawdown, The Ray, Georgia Climate Project and more.

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5 Common Sense Questions Answered About The U.S. Exit From The Paris Agreement

Reprinted from Forbes

Climate scientists, politicians, stakeholders, contrarians and activists are likely reacting according to expected narratives, concerns, or ideologies. Herein, my goal is to provide a “common sense” explanation of what is going on for people that may not pay attention to this topic daily.

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Scheller College Faculty Discuss Sustainable Business in Climate Symposium

On September 27, faculty affiliated with the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business at Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business participated in the Global Climate Action Symposium. The event brought together scientists, engineers, government delegates, artists, business and policy experts, activists, and students from around the world.

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Brightening Our Corner Newsletter - August 2019

Be sure to check out our quarterly newsletter for all of the latest news on our key funding initiatives, and upcoming events

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The Ray is Featured in 11 Alive Series

Reprinted from: Plan G: How Georgians are taking control of the climate conversation

The Ray was featured in an 11 Alive Series focused on the climate conversation in Georgia along with farmers, pastors and coastal residents

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Georgia Drawdown to Host Introductory Webinar

Georgia Drawdown will host an introductory webinar for all who are interested in moving forward on a path to carbon neutrality via strategies that strengthen the state’s economy and improve the quality of life for all Georgians.

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Beth Rattner at Climate One: What is Biomimicry?

Republished from Climate One

Beth Rattner and John Lanier recently spoke at a Climate One panel and podcast. Beth gave an overview of biomimicry.

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Biomimicry Blog: 10 Finalist Teams Use Lessons from Nature to Create Radical Climate Change Solutions

Páramo is an alpine tundra ecosystem exclusively located in the Northern Andes of South America and the home to the bryophytes that a team from Bogota, Colombia were inspired by in developing their concept, Bryosoil. Bryosoil is a flood prevention system that took the first place prize for student teams in the 2019 Biomimicry Global Design Challenge.

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