In 2017, the City of Atlanta enacted the Clean Energy Resolution, a pledge to transition to 100 percent clean energy. The Resolution prioritizes energy efficiency, renewable energy, and eliminating reliance on burning fossil fuels to meet Atlanta’s energy needs.
We promote vibrant, sustainable, walkable, livable communities which provide residents with affordable housing choices and transportation alternatives. We work to protect natural lands that cleanse and store fresh water needed for residents, agriculture and the environment, provide refuge for wildlife, and support abundant recreational opportunities for residents and visitors alike. Above all, we strive to give citizens a meaningful role in shaping the futures of their communities and state. Founded in 1986, 1000 Friends of Florida is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit membership organization.
The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE), a nonprofit research organization, develops transformative policies to reduce energy waste and combat climate change.
AMI Environmental is a full-service environmental consulting and remediation firm, specializing in facility-based environmental problems affecting facility operations, renovation and demolition activities. Established in 1986 and headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska, AMI services clients nationally and internationally.
The Atlanta Regional Commission is charged with peering into the future and working with our partners across the community to plan for a better, brighter tomorrow.
The agency also serves as a regional convener, bringing diverse stakeholders to the table to address the most important issues facing metro Atlanta.
Bloomberg is the global leader in business and financial data, news, and insight. Using the power of technology, we connect the world’s decision makers to accurate information on the financial markets- and help them make faster, smarter decisions.
The Blue Horizons Project was formed through the former Energy Innovation Task Force (EITF), a working group convened in April 2016 by the City of Asheville, Buncombe County, and Duke Energy.
Welcome to the leading online hub for building energy and water benchmarking policies. We provide useful tools and resources that shed light on building performance in jurisdictions throughout the world.
Explores how small and mid-sized cities are tackling climate change and moving toward an equitable and sustainable future. Co-hosted by Abby Finis and Larry Kraft.