Georgia’s colleges and universities are leading the way to support the growth of climate solutions in Georgia.
The Drawdown Georgia for Higher Ed initiative is a project run by the Georgia Climate Project. It focuses on highlighting examples of higher education’s leadership in climate action; curating open access curricular resources to assist in the training of the next generation of climate leaders; and compiling existing GHG emissions inventories, institutional goals for emissions reductions, and best practices for climate action planning at higher education institutions.
Introducing Drawdown Georgia Higher Ed
Drawdown Georgia is pleased to announce a new climate initiative for Georgia colleges and universities in this post by Carys Behnke, Rachel Usher, and Kim Cobb. Read on to learn about this exciting project that will support institutions of higher education as
Drawdown Georgia Higher Ed Success Stories: Agnes Scott College
This month, the Drawdown Georgia Higher Ed Series spotlights the use of a Green Revolving Fund to achieve large-scale emissions reductions at Agnes Scott College, a women’s college located in Decatur, Ga., with approximately 1,100 students. As a signatory
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