Archive of: Sustainable Georgia

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Sustainable Georgia: Rethinking Transportation

Sustainable Georgia: Rethinking Transportation

Cities and counties are looking to grow their younger populations, but we could lose our edge as the best state to do business if they remain unable to accommodate new tastes in living.

September 2014
Sustainable Georgia: Counting Down To Zero

Sustainable Georgia: Counting Down To Zero

Twenty years after carpet industry executive and environmental pioneer Ray Anderson launched Mission Zero, sustainability has entered the business mainstream.

August 2014
Sustainable Georgia: On Common Ground

Sustainable Georgia: On Common Ground

More than ever, it will take shared expertise to come up with the kind of solutions we need for the state’s environmental issues.

July 2014
Sustainable Georgia: Charging Up

Sustainable Georgia: Charging Up

Now that even some of the big oil companies are looking toward new energy solutions, alternative fueled vehicles are set to dominate, and the shift is gaining momentum.

June 2014
Sustainable Georgia: Reflecting On Our Past

Sustainable Georgia: Reflecting On Our Past

May 2014
Sustainable Georgia: Building On The Arts

Sustainable Georgia: Building On The Arts

Cities thrive when galleries flourish in multiple communities. In Atlanta, several galleries and museums have helped revive surrounding neighborhoods and businesses.

April 2014
Sustainable Georgia: Inspiring Leadership

Sustainable Georgia: Inspiring Leadership

The Institute for Georgia Environmental Leadership brings Georgians together from diverse backgrounds and different regions to discuss environmental challenges and find progressive and innovative solutions.

March 2014
Sustainable Georgia: Surf's Up

Sustainable Georgia: Surf's Up

For Georgia’s coastal communities, climate change is no myth. A projected 3.2-foot rise in ocean levels will shift the coastline inward by half a mile, but there are solutions to combat rising sea levels.

February 2014
Sustainable Georgia: Water Watch

Sustainable Georgia: Water Watch

Another water war with Florida, in the form of a lawsuit that’s been filed with the Supreme Court, could last another expensive 10 years, a water official warns.

January 2014
Sustainable Georgia: Where The Art Is

Sustainable Georgia: Where The Art Is

The Georgia Council for the Arts has survived the recession and emerged stronger than ever, even taking its message on the road.

December 2013
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