Clifton Community Partnership Bike to Work Day

Emory University, in partnership with Emory Point and the CDC, will host activities for Bike to Work Day — part of the National Bike Month and National Bike to Work Week initiatives of The League of American Bicyclists. 

Commencement – Zero Landfill Waste Event

Help with Zero Landfill Waste efforts by signing up to participate in Commencement on May 14th as a Zero Waste Volunteer! We appreciate your help as an engaged member of the Emory community.

Emory Farmers Market Tour

Have you been curious about what the Emory Farmers Market has to offer and how you can shop there to eat more nutritious and delicious foods? Join Taylor Spicer, the Co-Manager of the Farmers Market and Programs Coordinator for the Office of Sustainability Initiatives, to learn more about the market, seasonal fruits and vegetables, ways … Continue Reading →

Emory Farmers Market Tour

Have you been curious about what the Emory Farmers Market has to offer and how you can shop there to eat more nutritious and delicious foods? Join Taylor Spicer, the Co-Manager of the Farmers Market and Programs Coordinator for the Office of Sustainability Initiatives, to learn more about the market, seasonal fruits and vegetables, ways … Continue Reading →

Emory Law, Georgia Tech, and UGA Publish Georgia Model Solar Ordinance

From Climate@Emory | July 31, 2018 To help accelerate the smart growth of solar in Georgia, representatives from Emory Law School’s Turner Environmental Law Clinic, Georgia Institute of Technology’s Strategic Energy Institute, and the University of Georgia have published the Georgia Model Solar Zoning Ordinance and accompanying explanatory guide. The ordinance strikes an important balance … Continue Reading →

Mapping Out Emory Sustainability’s Social Network

 Note: The following content comes from a 2016 Emory Report article, which you can read here. In 2016, after three semesters researching and mapping the university’s sustainability network of over 700 staff, faculty and undergraduate and graduate students, the Graduate Sustainability Group (GSG) has launched an interactive Emory Sustainability Ecosystem map. The map affords … Continue Reading →

Presenting the Steinhauer Lab – A Gold Certified Green Lab!

By Ramsey Baden | August 12, 2018 The Steinhauer Lab is a microbiology and immunology lab at Emory, and it is on the front lines against influenza. Their study of the structure and functions of the virus HA (hemagglutinin glycoprotein) is directly related to the development of vaccines. Sustainability was already practiced at the Steinhauer Lab when they … Continue Reading →

Sisterhood of the Traveling Dining Hall

Todd Doyle | July 18, 2018 Author’s note: This is a follow up to http://news.emory.edu/stories/2016/09/er_duc_interim_dining_facility/campus.html. Opening in summer of 2017, the DUC-ling staff has served a year’s worth of meals to members of the Emory community. The interim dining hall project enters its second and final academic term with Emory, as construction of the CLC … Continue Reading →

Sustainability Showcase 2018

Visit us at the 11th Annual Sustainability Showcase at 1-2pm on Tuesday, August 28th, in the main lobby of Hamilton E. Holmes Hall to learn about the variety of sustainability-related student groups on campus. Free King of Pops popsicles for all attendees! If you can’t make the Showcase, check out a list of sustainability-related student … Continue Reading →