School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences to Offer Three New Undergraduate Degrees — Including Interdisciplinary Environmental Science Major

The expanded undergraduate degree offerings are designed to continue Georgia Tech’s reputation for academic rigor — and also reflect trends in student interests, as well as current and forecasted needs in the job marketplace.

$2.3B Qcells Solar Power Investment Holds Major Potential for Georgia

Atlanta, GA

Georgia Tech experts are at the forefront of technology and research that could revamp clean energy infrastructure in our state.

Cutting Emissions Isn’t Enough. We Need to Scrub Carbon Directly from the Air

Atlanta, GA

New Direct Air Capture Center will leverage Georgia Tech’s leadership in a burgeoning field.

Ecolabels, Innovation, and Green Market Transformation: Learning to LEED

Atlanta, GA

Daniel Matisoff's book traces the curve of ecolabel adoption in the building market, revealing how it has transformed the economy and construction industry to achieve green market transformation.

Georgia Tech Launches Climate Action Planning Process

Atlanta, GA

Georgia Tech strives to be a leader in climate action across the Institute’s operational, educational, research, and economic development missions.

Campus Prepares for Winter Weather Threat over Holiday Break

Atlanta, GA

With freezing temperatures and wind chills below zero, this could be the coldest weekend Atlanta has had in years.

Thomas Leads National Academy Report on Evaluating Low-Carbon Emissions

Atlanta, GA

The report presents life-cycle assessment as an essential tool in helping researchers and policymakers evaluate low-carbon fuel standards to reduce emissions.

Rogue Waves of the Eastern Mediterranean Sea

Atlanta, GA

Researchers examined how rogue waves form and analyzed the likelihood that a ship would encounter them while navigating the rough waters of intense storms.

Do Electric Scooters Reduce Car Use?

Atlanta, GA

Banning scooters may reduce sidewalk congestion and keep would-be riders and pedestrians safer, but it comes at a cost.

Rebuilding After a Natural Disaster

Atlanta, GA

Georgia Tech professors share their expertise on disaster recovery and smart infrastructure.