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Sustainability grants fund innovative projects across campus

Tuesday, December 7, 2021

Winners of the most recent round of sustainability grants will put their funds toward a variety of green initiatives across campus, including creating habitats for pollinators and educating about the value of pollinators to local ecosystems.

Acclaim: Recent honors for Emory faculty and staff

Monday, December 6, 2021

Emory faculty and staff are frequently recognized for their work locally, nationally and internationally. Read a sampling of recent accolades, including awards for professional contributions and leadership appointments.

Emory Inspired: Reducing the distance from farm to table

Monday, November 22, 2021

The Working Farms Fund, a partnership between Emory and The Conservation Fund, grows diversity in the ranks of farmers, boosts the state's economy, reduces the carbon footprint and puts local, sustainably grown food on campus tables.

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A Clayton State Professor's Fight to Save the Eastern Box Turtle
Dr. Diane Day has made it her mission to help find a way to increase Eastern Box Turtle numbers

UGArden Growing into More than a Teaching Plot
UGArden, a 4-acre, student-run farm, is teaching students about sustainable food while growing produce to feed families in need.

Emory Opens First Waterhub in the Country
The first and only WaterHub in the country, the attractive and odorless eco-engineered facility uses plants and colonies of "hungry" microorganisms to recycle up to 400,000 gallons-per-day.

GA Tech School of Architecture studio leads the way on Mission Zero Corridor project
The project is intended to be a 10-year effort involving the College of Archtitecture and faculty and students from across Georgia Tech

A Little Sheep Goes a Long Way in Managing Kudzu
Using an environmentally friendly approach to rid an area on campus of kudzu, Georgia Tech is hosting several four-legged, wooly friends over the next two weeks to assist in removing — or eating — the rapidly growing weed.

America’s Next Best Idea?
In cities across the country, cities are beginning to replace abandoned concrete and glass with with trees, green space and cleaner air

Pro-Bono Learning
At Emory University, students get a real-world look at the practice of environmental law through pro-bono legal assistance to clients who seek to protect and restore the natural environment.

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Watershed class connects KSU students to creeks, community

Collaborating for Cleaner Air
Tech-Emory partnership seeks new ways to protect us from pollution

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