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By Michael Oxman, Managing Director
Energy Burden – Combining Social and Environmental Lenses for Impact
Michael Oxman, Managing Director of the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business authored a guest blog for the Ray C. Anderson Foundation Eccocentricity Blog about the Energy Burden Project the Center is sponsoring. You can read about it here.
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By: Marnie Harris, Mentor Program Coordinator, Excel Program
Sustainable Scheduling: Improving Lives, Boosting Productivity
As a Georgia Tech student, I quickly learned that an established routine was the fastest way to success. However, as Dr. Saravanan Kesavan pointed out in a talk on February 12th, the privilege of a routine should not be taken for granted.
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By Braden Beaudreau, MBA Student
How Can Companies Take Ownership of Sustainability?
On February 21st, Bhattacharya talked about his research interviewing employees about making their employers more sustainable as part of the Business, Environment, and Society Speaker Series
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Patients in Kenya smile after receiving Mobility Carts donated by MedShare. (Courtesy Medshare)
Bridging Surplus with Need: Improving Healthcare in the Developing World
The onslaught of news about natural disasters has been inescapable of late. As we write this, we think of the inhabitants of Puerto Rico, many still without water or electricity weeks after devastation from Hurricane Maria in September.
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By Thomas Bledsoe
No Pain, No Gain: Training for the Long Game in Sustainable Business
On October 30th, David Rachelson, Vice President of Sustainability at Rubicon Global, spoke about how his company's "personal trainer model" to help customers reach zero waste.
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By Naveed Ahmad
2017 National Net Impact Conference: A First-Year MBA Student’s Path to Purpose
First year MBA Student's Impressions attending the 2017 Net Impact Conference
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By Priyank Arora
All Together Now: Sustainability Gains Momentum in Hospitality Industry
Throughout my education and career, I have continuously strived to feed the pro-social bent of my heart and mind.
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By Will Courrèges-Clercq (Pictured Right)
Go Big or Go Home: Serving as a Sustainability Ambassador at a Fortune 500 Company
Throughout my sustainability journey at Georgia Tech, which has included taking the sustainable systems and communities course and the sustainable consulting practicum, and starting Georgia Tech Solar Home (Solar Decathlon), I have found Professor Connell’s advice to valid. Most recently, I participated in the Summer 2017 Co-op and Internship Carbon Reduction Challenge and have once again found his advice valid.
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