Carbon Reduction Challenge
An initiative of the GT College fo Sciences and Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business at Georgia Tech, in collaboration with the Georgia Climate Project
Summer 2023 Cycle is open! Sign up by May 5.
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The Carbon Reduction Challenge is a competition focused on empowering students to become part of the climate change solution. Students work with an organization on a project that achieves significant reductions in carbon emissions and yields cost savings, while creating a meaningful experience for the student to learn more about advocating for climate action.
After learning about drivers of climate change and concepts of sustainable business, students work with organizations to develop projects that can reduce CO2 emissions and save money. At the end of the semester, students gather to present their work and compete to see who had the most impactful projects.
Faculty can add climate change lessons and a Carbon Reduction Challenge component to their coursework. We provide resources such as lecture slides, syllabi, and readings that can be used in lesson planning. We also provide resources to facilitate the development of carbon reduction challenge projects, such as a database with descriptions of past projects.
Organizations seeking to save money and improve their environmental impact can participate in the Challenge. We provide resources to support companies and institutions that wish to add a Carbon Reduction Challenge component to their student internship and co-op programs.