Author, advocate, and Drawdown Georgia Leadership Council member Dr. Katharine Wilkinson was recently published in Time magazine. Her piece beautifully answers the question on so many people’s lips..
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..
Recent history tells us that achieving sustainability requires audacious goals, stair-step improvement, and collaboration with others to drive lasting change. This applies to the Drawdown Georgia..
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 he..
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 caused..
As a veteran of the U.S. Army and a graduate of both the Culinary Institute of America and the Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems at UC Santa Cruz, Chef Matthew Raiford has followed..