Eco Yearbook

Northwest: A Greener Path

Jobs and the economy of Northwest Georgia are increasingly tied to the growth of clean energy innovations like electric vehicles. In Gordon County, TEKLAS, a Turkish supplier of electric vehicle parts, invested $6.5 million in its first North American facility…

Northeast: Multifaceted Sustainability

Sustainability means not only preservation of natural resources, but also smart economic growth and planning that promotes equity, affordability and community balance. In Northeast Georgia, green comes in all different shades. For example, the largest recycler of aluminum in the…

Central: Rich in Resources

Across Central Georgia, counties are increasingly focused on using their natural assets to build a vibrant economy. By plugging into the rising demand for clean energy, expanding the infrastructure needed to attract people and companies and developing historic sites to…

East Central: Accommodating Growth

While industries from distribution to cybersecurity have continued to grow in Georgia’s East Central region, more and more conservation-minded sectors are taking hold there as well. Two major recycling companies, Aurubis and PureCycle, are building plants in the Augusta area…