Whether you have just become a first-time homeowner, are building a new house, or have lived in your home for decades, there are so many simple solutions to create a more energy-efficient home. With..
Forest stewardship plays a critical role in drawing down carbon from the atmosphere. Georgia’s natural carbon sinks -- including 22 million acres of working forests and rich coastal wetlands -- are a..
As Carl Elefante, former president of the American Institute of Architects, once said: “The greenest building is the one that already exists.” A powerful example of this comes from Agnes Scott..
Have you considered embracing a plant-forward diet? Summer is almost here, and for many Georgians, that means just one thing: visiting the local farmers market to stock up on fresh, colorful..
Are you considering an electric vehicle to replace your fossil-fuel-powered car or truck? It’s a terrific opportunity to join tens of thousands of electric car owners in Georgia and take advantage of..
What does it take to commit professionally and philanthropically to advancing climate solutions in Georgia? Roy Richards, Jr. shares his journey in this article.
Every hour of every day, greenhouse gasses (GHGs) are released into the atmosphere. It’s easy to forget that our everyday actions create these emissions because the GHGs produced by generating..
Georgia is the first state to take a localized approach to Project Drawdown, the ambitious blueprint for reversing climate change by scaling market-ready climate solutions.
“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, then go with a group.”
What actions are Georgia businesses—both small and large—taking to address climate change and scale climate solutions in our state?
We celebrate Earth Day on April 22nd to raise awareness about the importance of protecting the environment and to take action on environmental issues on local, national, and global levels. In honor..
The earth is so big, it can be hard to imagine how sensitive our climate is to the greenhouse gas emissions we produce. The ground under our feet seems to extend out forever, as does the sky over our..