The Center for Advancing Sustainable and Distributed Fertilizer Production (CASFER) is a collaborative effort between the National Science Foundation (NSF) and five universities.

Temperatures are rising and many are trying to find solutions to the heat crisis, Georgia Tech experts weigh in on risk factors and possible solutions to extreme heat.

Researchers have developed a methodology to determine why coastal glaciers are retreating, and in turn, how much can be attributed to human-caused climate change.

Joe Bozeman has created a framework to help his peers utilize more equitable data in their energy and environmental engineering studies.

The rising sea levels along Georgia’s Savannah coast and an uptick in more severe storms during hurricane season are bellwethers to looming ecological challenges stemming from climate change.

Georgians can now track where greenhouse gas emissions come from thanks to a tool that estimates those emissions at the state and county level.

Antarctic supraglacial lakes have been linked to ice-shelf collapse and acceleration of inland ice flow. A new study shows lake area and volume vary substantially from year-to-year around the East Antarctic Ice Sheet and between ice shelves.

Georgia Tech's main campus, with 400 acres and more than 13,000 trees, has a team of landscape professionals maintaining its beauty year-round. Tech Lawn and Garden taps into the knowledge of the lawn and garden experts in Landscape Services, showing how they do what they do and sharing tips that you can use at home.

The next public night is March 10.

The campus community is invited to participate in a variety of events that increase awareness of and encourage actions that advance the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

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