From Table to Farm – Anaerobic Digestion Workshop Oct 14-15

Join Emory University for a two-day workshop focused on the essential questions of AD: environmental justice, policy, and technology! Last year, Emory University received a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency to establish an on-campus prototype for an anaerobic digester (AD). This technology can turn food waste into biogas (renewable energy) and soil amendments (agricultural use). Ultimately, Emory … Continue Reading →

Emory Climate Talks: “Specialty Chemicals: Sustainability Perspective from the Middle of the Value-Chain.”

Join Emory Climate Talks at noon on August 18th, 2021, for a conversation about “Specialty Chemicals: Sustainability Perspectives from the Middle of the Value-Chain” with Dr. Jason Keiper, Chief Technology & Sustainability Officer at Stepan Company. Jason is responsible for Stepan’s global R&D teams and Sustainability program. He joined Stepan Company in 2001 as a research chemist, … Continue Reading →

EmoryClimateTalks: Student Involvement Application!

EmoryClimateTalks is currently accepting applications for students to join their team, either as blog writers or as delegates at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland. Interested students are encouraged to apply here by July 31, 2021.

Contemporary Environmental Justice Concerns Involving Coal: Jacqui Patterson and the NAACP

    By: Rachel Musetti, General Sustainability Intern, Office of Sustainability Initiatives On Wednesday, February 17, Emory Climate Talks will host Jacqueline (Jacqui) Patterson at 6 pm EST. Patterson has a long history of working with notable institutions such as ActionAid, where she was a Senior Women’s Rights Policy Analyst; Johns Hopkins University, where she … Continue Reading →