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Nicole Kennard

Nicole Kennard Georgia Tech


Student Assistant, Georgia Tech Office of Solid Waste and Recycling.

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 Nicole Kennard is an undergraduate student at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia. She is currently working on obtaining her Bachelor’s Degree in the field of Materials Science and Engineering. Nicole has worked in developing efficient recycling programs for high schools around her community, as well as working for the Office of Solid Waste Management and Recycling at Georgia Tech. Doing this, she has organized various events in Atlanta to promote sustainable lifestyles and cultures. She also spends time serving on various sustainable projects around Atlanta and with international nonprofits through her leadership roles in the organization Engineers for a Sustainable World.


July 7, 2015 from our Articles, The 2014 Global Dialogue on Waste


“We see a world of abundance, not limits. In the midst of a great deal of talk about reducing the human ecological footprint, we offer a different vision. What if humans designed products and systems that celebrate an abundance ... Read More

March 18, 2015 from our Articles, The 2013 Global Dialogue on Waste “Waste is not waste,” spouts Dr. Mike Biddle, Founder of MBA Polymers, “and the first problem is to stop calling it waste; these are resources.” A "one-fits-all" approach to waste management is not practical. This panel looks at different approaches and how they work around the world. Read More

February 19, 2015 from our Articles, The 2014 Global Dialogue on Waste Landfills--what image does this word startle into your mind? Is it a landscape smeared with trash, piled high in the blistering heat of the Sun, with tires and plastic bags, old T-shirts and banana peels? With waves of toxic gases spiraling off, the smelly sock odor burning your eyes and the thickness of the air constricting your lungs? In fact, this is a negative connotation.Read More



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