Zero carbon. Zero waste. Zero deaths. At The Ray, we’re on a mission to pioneer smart, sustainable highways. It begins with an 18-mile stretch of interstate named in memory of Ray C. Anderson..
In Georgia, a small - but growing - portion of our electricity comes from renewables, like rooftop and large-scale solar. The majority of the solar power in our state comes from large-scale..
On May 7, 2021, Governor Brian Kemp signed House Bill 355 (HB355) into law. The law amends the Georgia Carbon Sequestration Registry (carbon registry) and creates a substantial opportunity to..
Universities across Georgia are examining climate solutions in their courses, and for the last 15 years, Professor Valerie Thomas and I have team-taught a course that has engaged grad students at..
Almost every major religion has an ethic of caring for the natural world and seeking justice for our neighbors. At Georgia Interfaith Power and Light (GIPL), we equip communities of faith across..
How can Georgia reduce its greenhouse gas emissions over the next decade? The Drawdown Georgia Research Team has laid out a vision. And, now, we have a way for you to explore the data.
Worry not friends! We made it, in this blogternate reality, to the end of the decade. I’ll give you a moment to catch your breath, because I know that time travel can be disorienting. While you do..
What can my community do to help solve for climate change? This week’s blog post can help you answer that question. Drawdown Georgia’s 20 climate solutions provided inspiration for Sustainable..