How Large US Cities are Amplifying Global Warming and Planning for Adaptive Responses

brian-stoneBrian Stone, Professor, City and Regional Planning Program, Georgia Tech. November 19, 2008. Special forum held at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, [3:30 pm, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, 1000 Peachtree Street NE, across from the MARTA Midtown Station on the Tech Trolley route]. Registration required. Contact Jared Yarsevich at gro.brf.ltanull@hcivesray.deraj to RSVP by Nov. 14. Presentation [PDF]

Sustainability in Business: Natural Capitalism through Innovation

bradfordJohn Bradford, Vice President of Operations and Research and Development, InterfaceFLOR Commercial, November 5, 2008.
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Addressing Environmental Challenges in the Southeast through Green Building

creechDennis Creech, Executive Director, Southface Energy Institute, October 1, 2008. Co-sponsored by Energy and Environmental Services (ESS), Georgia Institute of Technology. Commentator: Holly Grell-Lawe, ESS. Presentation [PDF]

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Shrinking the Carbon Footprint of Metropolitan Areas

marilyn-brownMarilyn Brown, Professor of Energy Policy, School of Public Policy, Georgia Tech, September 3, 2008. Presentation [PDF]

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GT-Enterprise Innovation Institute STIP-Program in Science, Technology and Innovation Policy Georgia Tech - Ivan Allen College