Until recently, the centrality of women to climate change - both in terms of the impacts and the solutions - was not widely understood in a comprehensive way. The research certainly existed to prove..
Drawdown Georgia is pleased to announce a new climate initiative for Georgia colleges and universities in this post by Carys Behnke, Rachel Usher, and Kim Cobb. Read on to learn about this exciting..
Drawdown Georgia is focused on scaling climate solutions that have co-benefits “Beyond Carbon.” It’s important to understand how a changing climate can have a public health impact. Thank you to..
Food is medicine. Many of us are familiar with that phrase. But what a lot of people don’t know is that food is medicine for our personal health and the health of our planet.