On Thursday, September 8, the Oceans Ballroom at the Georgia Aquarium was filled for Southface’s annual Visionary Dinner. Close to 600 business leaders, nonprofit executives, policymakers and sustainability enthusiasts joined us to celebrate outgoing Executive Director Dennis Creech, and his 38 years of service to Southface.Read More
| September 14, 2016
Just how does a building with historical significance, but compromised structural integrity, thrive into the modern age? Join Bourke Reeve on August 13 as he presents on sustainable development and historic preservation.Read More
| August 12, 2016
Everyone benefits from a more sustainable built environment with the EBie Awards, from nonprofits to affordable housing developments to Fortune 500 companies.Read More
| June 29, 2016
Panelists agreed that the region has improved its infrastructure and the public perception of transit, but that the area has a lot of room to grow with regards to connectivity and serving the majority of residents. In the coming weeks, Southface will focus coverage on animportant upcoming vote that could address infrastructure expansion and operational funding for transit projects throughout the city.Read More
| May 12, 2016
“Hope and Will’s Room,” located on the terrace level, is the result of thoughtful collaboration between Rabaut Design Associates and Southface. The room increases public awareness of the impact our buildings have on our wellbeing by implementing evidence-based design standards such as biophilic design for improved health, and by specifying no- to low-VOC and Red List Free items to minimize exposure to harsh chemicals.Read More
| April 20, 2016
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