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The Office of Sustainability works collaboratively with students, faculty and staff to create a culture of conservation in the classroom, throughout campus, through research and in various outreach activities for the greater Atlanta community. 

Green Scene News

Plastic GYRE Symposium: Artists, Scientists and Activists Respond




Ray C. Anderson Foundation Gives to Georgia State Sustainability Efforts.


Georgia State, CDC Partner On Researching Atlanta Beltline Infrastructure Project


Weigh Your Waste

– GSU students aim to minimize food waste in campus dining halls

GSU-Years of Living Dangerously Panel Discussion


GSU Sustainability Donor, Ray C Anderson Foundation, partners with the Biomimicry Institute to announce the addition of the $100,000 Ray of Hope Prize to the Global Biomimicry Design Challenge.  The announcement was made on September 22 at the Clinton Global Initiative meeting in New York City.  Here is a link to the video.  Full press release can be read here.

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We invite you to take a look at our website and learn more about what Georgia State is doing to address environmental issues on campus, in Atlanta, the United States and all through out the world. Our hope is that the stories and resources provided here will encourage you to get involved and do your part to make Georgia State a greener campus.  To know more about GSU charging stations or rate discounts : Click Here GSU Researchers show how environmental protection can help to reduce property: Click Here To know more about Sustainability workshop activities: Click Here To know more about Howard Frumkin’s TED talk which has been discussed in workshop: Click Here News Read More News

Special Events

Recycle Video Project

This semester, some adventurous students from Professor Carrie Packwood Freeman’s Communicating Environmental Issues class embarked on an interesting project regarding recycling on campus. Check out the results of their Candid Camera -“Caught Green-Handed” research project in which students were rewarded for being caught “green-handed” – in the act of a sustainable behavior like recycling or filling a reusable water bottle.Sustainability Forum Spring 2015.  Click here to watch the video.

GSU Eco Challenge

The GSU Office of Sustainability wants to know how “GREEN” is your blue!  Will you show your panther spirit by participating in a friendly challenge… more »

GSU Bicycles Survey Data Summary 



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