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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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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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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.

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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.

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NextGen Committee Grants $94,000 to Women’s Earth Alliance for Reforestation Efforts in Indonesia and Kenya

The Foundation’s NextGen Committee has awarded a $94,000 grant to Women’s Earth Alliance (WEA) for two of their Women in Forests programs in Indonesia and Kenya.

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

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Drawdown Georgia Funders and Advisors Present at Philanthropy Southeast's Annual Meeting

Funders and advisors from the Drawdown Georgia Climate Solutions & Equity Grants program shared best practices at the Philanthropy Southeast Annual Meeting in Montgomery, Alabama.

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Truly Living Well In Atlanta Through Urban Agriculture And Composting

Truly Living Well, Think Green Inc. and Historic Westside Gardens are addressing food injustice and improving lives in West Atlanta communities through education and access around urban agriculture and composting.

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Applications for Drawdown Georgia’s Climate Solutions and Equity grants are now OPEN!

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