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Brightening Our Corner

The Ray C. Anderson Foundation recently published its May newsletter, featuring stories from the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business, Drawdown Georgia, The Ray, The Biomimicry Institute and more.

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New report highlights Black household energy burden in Georgia

By: Mark Lannaman, Saporta Report

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.

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Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business Contributes to SDG Action and Awareness Week

Faculty, staff, and partners of the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business participated in the week of events focused on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

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Brightening Our Corner - February 2024

Our Quarterly Newsletter

The Ray C. Anderson Foundation has published its quarterly newsletter. February 2024.

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Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business: Celebrating a Decade of Milestones

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Drawdown Georgia Introduces Solved! Climate Solutions Game

The Drawdown Georgia Climate Solutions Game is a new interactive resource that offers students and organizations the chance to network and connect while learning about high-impact climate solutions.

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Drawdown Georgia climate progress featured on 11Alive

Dr. Marilyn Brown of Georgia Tech talks about Georgia's declining carbon emissions with 11Alive.

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May 2023 Newsletter

Read here for the latest updates from our key funding initiatives: Drawdown Georgia, the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business at Georgia Tech, The Ray and the Biomimicry Institute.

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Upcoming Webinar: How Willing are Consumers to Electrify Their Homes in Georgia?

Climate change goals cannot be met without electrifying large segments of the energy economy. This talk will discuss three key electrification technologies: electric vehicles, rooftop solar, and heat pumps. By examining the results of a survey of 1,800 adults living in Georgia, we describe how adopters, nonadopters, and co-adopters of these technologies differ. We also use a two-step decision model to explain the willingness of households to invest in them in the future, with or without additional subsidies.

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Brightening our Corner Newsletter - February 2023

The Ray C. Anderson Foundation's quarterly newsletter features stories from our key funding initiatives: Drawdown Georgia, the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business at Georgia Tech, The Ray and the Biomimicry Institute. This edition also has highlights from our Return to RayDay.

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