Want to Get Involved in Project One?

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For this year’s Project One common reading, Georgia Tech has selected Edward Humes’s Garbology: Our Dirty Love Affair with Trash. The book, which chronicles the production of trash in America and examines our cultural relationship with this waste, was chosen in part because of its strong connection to the them of Tech’s new Quality Enhancement Plan, Serve.Learn.Sustain.

There will be sustainability-focused events in both the fall and spring semesters related to Garbology, including a visit from the author, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Edward Humes (October 1st).

Want to be involved?  Any students who would like to participate in the sustainability-focused Project One events, should contact Dr. Lacy Hodges at lacy.hodges@gatech.edu.

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