Articles about Georgia Tech

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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Lunch with the Author: John Lanier Presents a Book Talk about Mid-Course Correction: Revisited

The United Nations Regional Center of Excellence (RCE) Greater Atlanta and the Georgia Tech Serve-Learn-Sustain Program will host a Book Talk Lunch & Learn on Thursday, September 19 at the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business. The guest will be John Lanier, co-author of Mid-Course Correction: Revisited

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Michael Oxman Discusses Sustainable Business at Savannah Council on World Affairs

Reprinted from Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business Newsletter

Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business Managing Director Michael Oxman was invited to speak at the Savannah Council on World Affairs in May.

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What Are the Implications of Recycling Technology Choice on Environmental Benefits of Recycling?

Reprinted from Ray C. Anderson Center's Sustainable Business Insights

How does the interaction between choices of recycling technology and product design for recycling affect the environmental benefit generated by recycling? And, when are collective recycling systems more efficient than individual recycling systems?

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Durability Vs. Recyclability: Dueling Goals in Making Electronics More Sustainable

Reprinted from Georgia Tech's Research Horizons

What happens to solar panels in a couple of decades when they reach the end of their useful life? And what about electronic devices with even shorter life spans?

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Brightening Our Corner Newsletter - May 2019

Our May newsletter has just gone out. Be sure to check it out for all the latest news and opportunities to engage with the Foundation

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Georgia Climate Project Issues Call for Ideas/Presenters for Climate Change Conference in Atlanta

Are you working to understand or communicate what a changing climate means for Georgia? Are you working on solutions that help Georgia respond to these changes? We invite you to share your work at the 2019 Georgia Climate Conference!

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Atlanta: A Dark Horse in Sustainability Innovation

Beril Toktay and Michael Oxman of the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business share their reflections on sustainablity at the Center and Atlanta at large with Sustainable Brands on the occasion of the Center's 5th Anniversary

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Ray C. Anderson Foundation Grant to Emory Supports Statewide Climate Consortium co-founded with UGA, Georgia Tech

The Ray C. Anderson Foundation has granted $650,0000 to advance the Georgia Climate Project, a state-wide consortium co-founded by Emory, the University of Georgia, and the Georgia Institute of Technology, and joined by Agnes Scott College, Georgia Southern University, Spelman College, and the University of North Georgia.

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Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business Celebrates Fifth Anniversary

This year, the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business at Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business celebrates its fifth anniversary. It launched in 2013 as the Center for Business Strategies for Sustainability with funding from the Foundation and others, and in January 2015 the Foundation made a $5 million commitment. It was then renamed for Ray C. Anderson.

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