Georgia College Students Visit Southface Institute in Atlanta

Ava Leone  On Friday, February 21st, the Georgia College Office of Sustainability offered a free tour to Southface Institute in Atlanta. Southface is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that strives to “promote sustainable homes, workplaces, and communities through education, research, advocacy, and technical assistance” in the City of Atlanta and surrounding areas. The tour helped open students’Continue reading “Georgia College Students Visit Southface Institute in Atlanta”

Oak Tree Down at old Wilkinson/Montgomery Parking Lot

The Georgia College campus community raised concerns regarding the removal of the large oak tree that shaded the former commuter/resident parking lot at the intersection of Wilkinson and Montgomery. Although the school, neighborhood, and environment lost a valuable addition to the local ecosystem, the reasons for removing the tree are more than what it seems.Continue reading “Oak Tree Down at old Wilkinson/Montgomery Parking Lot”

5 Sustainable Outlets in Milledgeville

Take advantage of the recycling spots Milledgeville has to offer! From Georgia College’s campus to local hot spots, here are 5 places you can count on for all your recycling needs.  Georgia College Office of Sustainability : Located at Miller Court, 302 N Wayne St., Room 310  Help us promote a healthy and green campus byContinue reading “5 Sustainable Outlets in Milledgeville”

Is plastic-eating bacteria the answer to waste reduction?

Plastic. You can find it in the bottles we drink from, in the clothes we wear, in the chairs we sit on, and in many other products we use daily. Plastics can serve us for long or short periods of time depending on our demands, and by now, the majority of the world’s population isContinue reading “Is plastic-eating bacteria the answer to waste reduction?”