Entrepreneurial Solutions for Environmental Problems
Millette is from Trinidad and Tobago, an island nation that needs a way to manage a waste problem in a country with limited space. Millette is exploring if a circular economy can be the solution.
Architecture Is Awesome
When Blair changed careers she realized that it is never too late to pursue your passion. Now she embraces the collaborative nature of the design process, combining functionality, aesthetic appeal, and responsible practices in her architectural work.
The Power of Architecture
Assistant Professor, Department of Architecture
Nan-Yaw Andoh teaches his students that architecture is more than beautiful buildings. It's an element that can connect and unify communities.
Education: A Powerful Tool for Sustainability
Moore is researching nanomaterials and their use in clean energy technologies. She’s sharing this knowledge with future generations, who have the power to impact the environment.
WHAM-TV interviews Thomas Trabold, department head of sustainability in the Golisano Institute for Sustainability, about the new HYZON Motors facility in Honeoye Falls and how the Rochester region can become a hub for fuel cell technology.
What happens to the food we don't eat? There's a bigger story to food than what's on our plates. Take a deep dive into food systems, the impact of wasted food, and the promise of a circular food economy.
Biochar is a carbon-rich material that can be made from many forms of wasted organic material. Learn about the unique role it can play as part of a sustainable, circular economy: t.co/BPoR1h0kIx
Feb 09GIS at RIT @GIS_RIT
Across the globe, government policies are investing billions of dollars into hydrogen energy. Has the moment for sustainable #hydrogen power arrived? Read on for a deep dive into green hydrogen and its potential as part of the world’s #cleanenergy mix: t.co/weajh86NI6
Feb 05GIS at RIT @GIS_RIT
GIS has been selected to help New York #cleantech startups learn about and apply sustainable manufacturing concepts in their businesses: t.co/pb8l6Nihkd
Finding a master’s degree program in #sustainability that’s right for you can feel like an insurmountable challenge. Here are four questions to help cut your shortlist down to the programs that are best suited to your learning style and career goals: t.co/0Q6KK9BOGp
Jan 21GIS at RIT @GIS_RIT
Congratulations @PlugPowerInc! This week, Governor Cuomo announced Plug Power Inc. will establish a $125 million Innovation Center in Monroe County, creating 377 new jobs. We are proud to be among the resources utilized to arrive where they are today. t.co/zLMuQf70ZF
Jan 21GIS at RIT @GIS_RIT
A collaboration between GIS and five partners were winners of the 2020 #Manufacturing Leadership Award by the Manufacturing Leadership Council, a division of the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM): t.co/0AKuavOBHP
Jan 18GIS at RIT @GIS_RIT
What will it take to bring next-wave clean energies like #hydrogen based technologies to market maturity, like wind and solar today? To find out, we sat down with Daniel O’Connell, an innovator with Plug Power, the world’s fastest-growing hydrogen company. t.co/2KTbZ0ZYwu