Climate change will bring significant changes to Latin American forests, according a new School of Public Policy study.

How can companies overcome this disruption to the supply chain? Pardis Pishdad-Bozorgi with the School of Building Construction of has a few solutions to manage the supply chain while also adhering to timeline demands.

Georgia Tech is partnering with two Department of Energy (DOE) national laboratories to better understand how wetlands function, enabling scientists to better understand their role in controlling water quality.

A multi-state network will measure aerosols to gain a better understanding of climate and public health.

Researchers studied how recovery, guided by common policies from FEMA and industry, varies with respect to the severity of disruptive events.

A new grant will allow Georgia Tech researchers to create strategies to protect schoolchildren from harmful wildland fire emissions

Earth’s average surface temperature has risen approximately 2.12 degrees Fahrenheit since the late 1800s — most of that rise in the past 40 years, according to NASA. That’s due in large part to the increase of carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere, caused by human activity. This has led oceans to warm, ice sheets to melt, and sea levels to rise faster — and it has accelerated the frequency of extreme weather events, such as hurricanes.

Georgia Tech partnered with Georgia Power to host the dedication of the Microgrid in Tech Square.

Georgia Tech recently achieved a STARS silver rating by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE).

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