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By: Lauren Weatherly McDow, Corporate Relations Manager, Scheller College
What I Learned from My Low-Car Diet
A few months ago a report detailing transportation sustainability in the Atlanta metro area was published by the Partnership for Southern Equity. Called Opportunity Deferred: Race, Transportation, and the Future of Metropolitan Atlanta, it got me thinking about what I learned first-hand when I took part in Zipcar’s Low Car Diet Challenge in 2011.
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By: Basak Kalkanci  Assistant Professor, Scheller College of Business.
Reflection: Fall 2016 Food-Energy-Water Systems (FEWS) Program
My research has evolved into supply chain social and environmental responsibility. An overarching question that guides my work is: How can the buyer firms be sure their suppliers engage in socially and environmentally responsible practices?
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By L. Beril Toktay, Faculty Director, Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business
Engaging Scheller College of Business in Creating Sustainable Communities
Over the past year, the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business (ACSB) collaborated with the Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain (SLS) to engage more educators in our overlapping missions: to weave environmental and social sustainability deep into the fabric of the Georgia Tech experience.
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By Jonathan Clarke
Georgia Tech Students Rise to the Carbon Challenge
A new initiative taking place at Georgia Tech, the Carbon Reduction Challenge challenges students to formulate a plan with their employer to reduce carbon and create cost savings.
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By John Anderson Lanier
Location, Location, Location
All of this to say, carbon is not some enemy. It is a misplaced resource. And the opportunity for the business community to value drawdown as an investment, rather than view carbon reduction as a cost, is upon us.
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By Allie Miller
The Interesting History Surrounding Solar Advocacy and Law
Presenter Stephen O'Day offered insights from his extensive background in solar advocacy on the current state of solar energy and government policy.
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By Usayd Casewit
Solar Developer Business Model Emphasizes Local Community Engagement
On Monday April 10th, Georgia Tech’s Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business (Scheller College of Business) and the GT Energy Club welcomed Luke Wilkinson, Director of Business Development at Silicon Ranch, a solar energy developer with a growing presence in Georgia and around the country.
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By Eric May
Are We There Yet? The Long Journey Toward Climate Consensus
In “Climate Policy from Paris to Peachtree and Beyond” by Dan Rochberg, Chief Strategy Officer of the Climate@Emory initiative at Emory University, Daniel Rochberg, laid out the evolution of international climate negotiations over the past thirty years. It was a reminder of how far we’ve come. It was also a sobering reminder of how far we have to go.
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