When I give the Drawdown Georgia elevator pitch, I invariably make reference to our 20 state-specific climate solutions spanning 5 sectors. It’s the foundational pillar of our collective work. The..
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 reduce..
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..
“Dr. King told us that we had to look at the soul of America. And in my estimation, the soul of America is the environment, because if you destroy the soul, then nothing else exists. If you destroy..
The Nature Conservancy works to protect the world’s lands and waters. Operating in over 70 countries, we’ve helped conserve more than 100 million acres, over 400,000 of them in Georgia. These..
“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 would..
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 the..
As we usher in a new movement to accelerate climate solutions in Georgia, we’ve got lots of ways to learn and engage: