Roundtable: The Ted and Community Redevelopment

In a recent article from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Bill Torpy featured his extended interview with Southface board member Leon Eplan. Eplan has been involved in the planning and design of Atlanta, sharing many success and frustrations of the region, since the early 1960s.

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By Staff Writer | February 9, 2016

Georgia’s Clean Energy Industry Provides Nearly 20,000 Full-Time Equivalent Jobs

Southface has released its 2015 Georgia Clean Energy Industry Census that quantifies the clean energy industry’s impact on the state’s economy.

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By Shan Arora | January 26, 2016

Southface Volunteers at MLK Day Service Project

The Southface team volunteered their time and expertise at the MLK Day Service Project in Decatur, helping to weatherize a home.

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By Staff Writer | January 21, 2016

Winter Solstice Preview

Join us Wednesday, December 16, from 5:30-7:30 to mix and mingle. If you’re not a member, buy a ticket and we’ll make you one! Dennis Creech will also make a special announcement related to the Southface History Project.

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By Joey Shea | December 9, 2015

Georgia Cities Foundation Creates Rebate Fund for Downtown Area Energy Efficiency Projects

The Georgia Cities Foundation’s (GCF) new Green Communities Fund is a perfect example of collaboration between government, philanthropic institutions and corporate entities.

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By Joey Shea | November 18, 2015

Case Study Reveals How Agnes Scott College Successfully Deployed Solar

Agnes Scott College and Southface have released a case study detailing how Agnes Scott became the first non-profit to produce solar power through Georgia Power’s Advanced Solar Initiative (GPASI). This case study, funded by the Turner Foundation, offers specific insight into creative approaches to overcome the challenges non-profits face with regard to solar power projects.

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By Joey Shea | November 10, 2015

Steve Curwood on our Relationship to our Environment

Thirty years ago, when the first Earth Day rallies got underway, I was slow to get in line. But over the next 20 years things changed, and I changed, too. As a society, we made a lot of progress on many of the problems of 1970…Meanwhile, I became a journalist and a parent…Of all the issues Americans marched about in 1970, only the environment has gotten worse…life as we know and love it is changing profoundly.

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By Marci Reed | September 16, 2015

Southface Trainings in the Virgin Islands

Steve Herzlieb traveled to the US Virgin Islands to deliver training on building performance principles. Southface partnered with the Virgin Islands Energy Office and the University of the Virgin islands to provide this opportunity for the students.

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By Joey Shea | September 2, 2015

Atlanta Has Earned Bragging Rights for Going ‘Green’

When it comes to the Better Buildings Challenge, Atlanta has outpaced all its competitors that have pledged to reduce energy and water consumption by 2020. Atlanta has more property square footage signed up in the program than any other city.

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By Joey Shea | August 28, 2015

Going Green Makes Dollars and Sense for Agnes Scott College

For the leadership of Agnes Scott College in Decatur, going green is about more than making wise energy choices. It’s about environmental sustainability and its effect on the bottom line.

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By Staff Writer | August 27, 2015

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