ESW-GT is a non-profit organization that leads student-run projects that promote environmental, social, and economic sustainable solutions to local, national, and global problems. Our constitution was officially ratified February 8, 2011.


1) To Promote engineering that fosters environmental, social, and economic sustainability

2) Focus the combined resources of Georgia Tech students, faculty, and alumni to develop sustainable solutions for local, regional and national problems.

Core values:

Integrity – Conduct ourselves in the highest ethical manner in everything we do. Be honest and truthful in our dealings with each other and the society we serve. Abide by an uncompromising code of integrity, taking responsibility for our actions and keeping our word.

Service – Serve our community, society, and planet by dedicating our collective efforts to improving our world today and in the future.

Commitment – Commit to positive change and constant improvement; Exhibit the highest degree of moral character, technical excellence, quality, and competence in our individual and combined efforts.

Our members are at the core of what we do, providing the energy, ideas, and initiative to create projects and educate themselves and others. Our goal as an organization is to provide support for our members, connect people doing similar things, collect best practices, and encourage the spread of sustainability in as many realms as possible. We also aim to provide unique opportunities such as inter-chapter design challenges and project grants.

Our past achievements and projects include:

-receiving the Diversity Action Grant

-receiving the Sun-Edison grant

-Atlanta Airport Sustainability Project

Our parent is Engineers for a Sustainable World Nationals

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