Emory earns 2019 Outstanding Institutional Recycling Program award

Emory University’s efforts surrounding recycling and sustainability continue to earn notice. The latest recognition is from the Georgia Recycling Coalition (GRC), which gave Emory its Spirit of Green Award for 2019 Outstanding Institutional Recycling Program. This award is given to Georgia colleges, universities, military installations or other institutional campus or industrial entities at the GRC’s … Continue Reading →

Emory Celebrates New PATH Trail Options

As traffic spun past on North Decatur Road, members of the campus and neighboring communities gathered outside Emory’s Performing Arts Studio on Friday, Sept. 27, to celebrate the completion of two new sections of a multi-use trail system that expands safe, off-road options for cyclists and pedestrians. Created in partnership between Emory University and Atlanta’s … Continue Reading →

Emory Healthcare’s new Musculoskeletal Institute groundbreaking ceremony marks step forward for long-term plan in Executive Park

ATLANTA, GA – Emory Healthcare celebrated today the groundbreaking of the new Emory Musculoskeletal Institute, located in Brookhaven, Georgia, to continue its commitment to develop innovative treatments and provide solutions for health care challenges facing the local communities. As the newest addition to Emory’s Executive Park health innovation district, the approximately 180,000-square-foot, LEED-certified building will … Continue Reading →

New Electric Vehicle Charging Station on Oxford Road

Transportation and Parking Services recently announced the installation of a new EV charging station located on Oxford Road, directly outside of the Barnes and Noble on Emory’s main campus. Now the fourth EV charger on main campus, this station is equipped with two ports and offers fast charging capabilities.   The charger—known as a CPE250 … Continue Reading →

EcoChemory: a Sustainability Project in the Department of Chemistry

EcoChemory: a Sustainability Project in the Department of Chemistry EcoChemory was created by Dr. Kevin Sullivan (Hill Lab, Dept. of Chemistry), Elena Jordanov (Saikawa Lab, Dept. of Environmental Health), and Rachel Bender (Heemstra Lab, Dept. of Chemistry).  The overall goal of EcoChemory is to incorporate the culture of sustainability into chemistry labs.  We aim to … Continue Reading →

Student move out donations divert waste for a good cause

By Ayla Ekici At the end of the academic year, Emory’s thousands of student-residents moved out of the residence halls, requiring them to make choices about what to keep and what to discard and how. Housing, ResLife, Building and Residential Services and the Office of Sustainability once again teamed up for the “Don’t Dump It, … Continue Reading →

Science at Emory: a Sustainability Project

As a nationally recognized leader in scientific education and research, Emory University has hundreds of teaching and research labs throughout its campuses.  Beginning in the Summer of 2019, labs will now be included in Emory’s mission towards 95% landfill waste diversion.  Launching in the Rollins School of Public Health in May 2019, Emory’s Laboratory Landfill … Continue Reading →

Emory community makes progress on ‘zero landfill waste’ goal

A year after its launch, Emory’s 2018 Waste Management Policy has already led to a measurable increase in the amount of campus waste that is diverted from area landfills. Emory seeks to divert 95 percent of campus waste from municipal landfills by 2025 through standardization of all indoor and outdoor waste bins, removal of desk-side waste service, … Continue Reading →

Emory University Hospital Tower awarded LEED Silver certification for healthy, green building design

From The Emory Report, Woodruff Health Sciences Center | Apr. 10, 2019 ATLANTA – The Emory University Hospital Tower has been awarded LEED Silver certification(Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) by the U.S. Green Building Council. It is the first Emory Healthcare building to be LEED certified at Emory. Known as the most widely used green … Continue Reading →