Georgia Interfaith Power & Light (GIPL) is leading an effort to support faith communities across the state take steps to scale Drawdown Georgia solutions.
Drawdown Georgia for Congregations is an effort to deploy climate solutions at houses of worship, such as energy efficiency retrofits and rooftop solar installations, as well as inform advocacy around climate solutions at a local, state, and federal level.
Inspiration for Congregations Taking Action on Climate
Almost every major religion has an ethic of caring for the natural world and seeking justice for our neighbors. At Georgia Interfaith Power and Light (GIPL), we equip communities of faith across Georgia to take environmental action through education and
Who is Drawdown Georgia? Meet the People Behind the Movement
We celebrate Earth Day on April 22nd to raise awareness about the importance of protecting the environment and to take action on environmental issues on local, national, and global levels. In honor of this annual event, Drawdown Georgia is lifting up just a
Catholics Take Action on Climate Change
According to the Yale Program on Climate Communication, 70% of Americans are concerned about climate change but only 19% are doing something about it. Among those who are organizing to act on climate change are American Catholics--and the Archdiocese of
Tree Planting as a Religious Symbol and Climate Justice Action
Did you know that Georgia is the #1 forestry state in the country? Almost 60% of the land in our state consists of temperate forests. Right now Georgia’s 22 million acres of working forests offset about 8% of our state’s CO2 emissions. This is why planting