Drawdown Georgia

Informed by Project Drawdown, the world’s leading resource for climate solutions, Drawdown Georgia is the first state-centered effort to crowdsolve for climate change. The goal is to catalyze and scale 20 high impact solutions so Georgia can do its part to advance Drawdown -- that point in the future when levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere stop climbing and start to steadily decline. Subscribe to the bi-weekly newsletter.

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Energy

New Report Highlights Black Household Energy Burden in Georgia
Researchers from Georgia Tech have released a report titled “Energy Burdens of Black Households in Georgia” that analyzes the disproportionate effects of energy burdens on Black households in the state, and its ramifications.

Environment

Eco-Action Scales Climate Solutions on Atlanta's West Side
ECO-Action, the recipient of a 2024-25 Drawdown Georgia Climate Solutions & Equity Grant, is reducing emissions while improving the quality of life for historically disinvested communities in Georgia.

Energy

Groundswell Delivers Energy Efficiency Retrofitting Projects in Georgia
Groundswell Receives Drawdown Georgia Climate Solutions & Equity Grant for energy efficiency upgrades in low- and moderate-income homes in Southwest Georgia.

Environment

Drawdown Georgia Announces $1.2 Million in New Climate Solutions & Equity Grants
Six two-year grants of $100,000 per year have been awarded to: Community Farmers Markets, Concerned Citizens of Cook County, ECO-Action, Groundswell, Mothers & Others for Clean Air, and Sustainable Georgia Futures.

Environment

Georgia’s Changing Carbon Footprint
Georgia’s overall greenhouse gas emissions are declining, experts and researchers from the Drawdown Georgia Research Team announced. Most emission reductions come from the use of cleaner fuels to generate electricity in the state

Environment

Drawdown Georgia Climate Solutions & Equity Grants Featured on Closer Look With Rose Scott - WABE
WABE's Rose Scott recently interviewed Blair Beasley of the Ray C. Anderson Foundation and grantee, Lejla Prljaca of Gwinnett Housing Corporation about the inaugural Drawdown Georgia Climate Solutions and Equity Grants.

Environment

Inaugural Drawdown Georgia Climate Solutions & Equity Grant Recipients Announced
Five Georgia-based family foundations today announce the awarding of inaugural Drawdown Georgia Climate Solutions & Equity Grants in support of efforts that advance climate solutions and prioritize equity in Georgia.

Awards, Ratings & Rankings

Drawdown Georgia Is Honored With 2022 Chrysalis Award From USGBC Georgia
Drawdown Georgia was one of 11 award recipients at the 2022 Chrysalis Awards, recently presented by USGBC Georgia

Events, Media & Communications

Blair Beasley to Keynote USGBC Georgia's Chrysalis Awards
Everyone is invited to attend this special event on November 15th as U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) Georgia celebrates the winners of the 2022 Chrysalis Awards.

Environment

What Climate Solutions Work Best in Georgia?
Drawdown Georgia is a "leaderfull" initiative that involves multiple stakeholders. Learn who is behind the movement.

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