Georgia Tech presents the Atlanta Science Cafe on Climate Change and Sustainability

Inspired by the PBS’ Science Cafe movement and sponsored by Georgia Tech, the Atlanta Science Café on Climate Change and Sustainability – a series of free events for the Decatur, Midtown, & Atlanta communities. Atlanta Science Café will explore the impacts of global climate change and emerging advances in sustainable technologies.

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Finding local Georgia-grown food in Atlanta and Decatur restaurants…

An increasing number of Atlanta and Decatur restaurants are embracing sustainable eating habits from Georgia farms and producers, which is great news! Here is a little list to get started on eating local Atlanta food!

The Atlanta Local Food Initiative outlines a plan for a sustainable food future

If you’re concerned about where our food is grown and who supplies it in the Atlanta and Decatur area, you’re not alone. The Atlanta Local Food Initiative was formed to address just that issue with a plan for Atlanta’s sustainable food future.

The Brookwood in Buckhead: Atlanta’s first high-rise condo complex to earn LEED certification

The Brookwood, a recently-completed high rise community located just South of Piedmont Hospital, is contributing to the Atlanta community in many ways through its green standards. In fact, it’s slated to be Atlanta’s first residential high-rise to receive LEED certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.

Emory University opening their Community Supported Agriculture program to Druid Hills and Clairmont Heights neighbors

Emory University is opening up it’s sustainable food program to its Atlanta and Decatur neighbors! So if you’ve been looking for a CSA in the Druid Hills, Clairmont Heights, etc. neighborhoods, then Destiny Produce may be a great option for you!

Sustainable Atlanta introduces first comprehensive plan for a greener Atlanta

Goals of the Sustainable Atlanta’s new environmental report for a greener Atlanta!