Healthy Homes

Enhancing Health and Well-Being in Homes

Connecting energy consumption and human potential

The regenerative economy recognizes people must live within balanced, living systems, and the home is the most meaningful example of humanity’s intimate reliance on a healthy, affordable built environment that optimizes human potential while minimizing environmental impact. If the built environment is not healthy, neither are any of us who live within it.

Expanding access to resource-efficient, healthy affordable housing

The Healthy and Efficient Residential Environments (HERE) program ensures that everyone has access to housing that supports their well-being.

We partner with public housing agencies, philanthropic organizations and businesses to help deliver a more equitable future through more equitable housing.

City of Atlanta Department of Watershed Care and Conserve Plumbing Repair Program

The City of Atlanta Department of Watershed Management Care and Conserve Plumbing Repair Program (CCPRP) is a free plumbing service that helps reduce water bills by lowering overall water usage as well as improving the health and comfort of their homes.

Resources

Case Study
Report

Climate Change and Displacement in U.S. Communities

Climate change is playing a bigger role in determining where and how we live, and is limiting access to and availability of affordable healthy housing, healthy food choices, transportation choices and social networks, which is forcing displacement of individuals and …

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Report

West LaFayette Transformation Plan

The purpose of the West LaFayette Transformation Plan is to help the community capitalize on investments in housing.

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Case Study

City of Atlanta Tiny House Feasibility Study

Tiny houses can address the changing needs of households in Atlanta, Georgia, by providing a more affordable and efficient housing stock while simultaneously making the region more competitive in attracting talent and an increasingly mobile workforce.

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