“We’ve always done it this way” was declared to be the most dangerous phrase in business by Forbes in 2019. It’s certainly the most dangerous phrase when it comes to our planet. As the IPCC has ..
“It really boils down to this: that all life is interrelated. We are all caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied into a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one destiny, affects..
Climate change has impacts beyond weather and global warming: it worsens social inequities, threatens economies, and negatively impacts public health. The 20 Drawdown Georgia climate solutions..
Did you make a New Year’s resolution to get more involved with issues that impact your community? Is one of your goals for 2021 to forge connections with new friends and neighbors, to talk about..
I saw this incredibly touching video after it went viral a year or so ago. In it, a young colorblind boy named Jonathan puts on special glasses that allow him for the first time to see the colors..
We have all learned new work routines during the pandemic. How have these new behaviors impacted greenhouse gas emissions, and how can we learn from our new routines to help curb global warming?..
For so long, we in the environmental movement have done a disservice to ourselves, speaking about the urgency of our mission from a place of fear and loss. We were well-meaning, but ultimately..
My wife takes her gift-giving very seriously. We are a Christian family, so the most important gifting holiday is Christmas for us. My wife starts accumulating stocking stuffers for our kids in..
What is community solar, and why is it one of Drawdown Georgia’s 20 solutions? We asked CEO of Groundswell, Georgia-born/DC-based Michelle Moore, to break it down for us.
Community solar enables..