The New York Times talks to Nabil Nasr, associate provost and founding director of the Golisano Institute for Sustainability, and Michael Thurston, research faculty in the Golisano Institute for Sustainability, about remanufacturing and privacy concerns.
In a recent column for the Rochester Business Journal, Dr. Nabil Nasr, associate provost and director of the Golisano Institute for Sustainability, reminds us that sustainability is about more than switching to clean energy—it means addressing our planet's limited store of resources by rethinking manufacturing from the ground up.
Tourism has surged in Croatia in recent years, bringing with it direct economic benefits but also challenging the preservation of the natural systems that make the Adriatic Coast region so attractive to visitors. Callie Babbitt, an associate professor in RIT’s Golisano Institute for Sustainability, is using a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award to study sustainable solutions addressing the growing challenge of food waste management along Croatia’s Adriatic Coast.
Most startups don’t learn how to talk to a manufacturer until it’s too late, costing them resources they don’t have. Knowing what a manufacturing partner expects from you will help ensure that your next tech commercialization is headache-free.
Waste Dive talks to Nabil Nasr, associate provost, founding director of the Golisano Institute for Sustainability and CEO of the Reducing EMbodied-Energy And Decreasing Emissions (REMADE) Institute, about REMADE's efforts to reduce energy usage and carbon emissions in manufacturing.
Dr. Callie Babbitt, an associate professor in the Rochester Institute of Technology’s Department of Sustainability and the Golisano Institute for Sustainability, joined MarketScale’s Daniel Litwin for a conversation regarding both Babbitt’s CES 2020 panel and wider themes in the world of sustainability.
A new book by Nabil Nasr, associate provost and director of RIT’s Golisano Institute for Sustainability (GIS), brings together many of the world’s thought leaders on the fundamentals of remanufacturing and its vital link to resource efficiency and the circular economy—including two additional authors from RIT.
For the ninth consecutive year, RIT has been named one of the greenest universities by The Princeton Review—achieving a “Green Rating” score of 97 out of a possible 99—the university’s highest rating ever.