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ATLANTA — At its 20th annual Greenprints conference on March 12-14, Southface will recognize some of the Southeast’s most exciting and innovative sustainability initiatives during the Fulcrum Awards.
“Though diverse in scope, each Fulcrum Award recipient exemplifies our vision to promote a regenerative economy, responsible resource use, social equity, and a healthy built environment for all,” said Andrea Pinabell, president of Southface. “We are proud to honor these projects that bring us all closer to a better future.”
To select 2018’s Fulcrum Award winners, Southface convened an independent panel of eight jurors who boast expertise in sustainability across a wide range of sectors. This year’s award recipients include:
Now in its 20th year, Greenprints is the Southeast’s premiere forum on sustainability, bringing together thought leaders, industry innovators, individuals and organizations to discover measures that shape a more equitable and prosperous world.
About Southface: Southface is the premier organization for resilience in the Southeast. For the last 40 years, Southface’s work has increased the number of healthy and sustainable homes, workplaces and communities throughout the Southeast. It’s certified 50,000 sustainable homes, trained over 5,000 individuals to pursue clean energy and green building jobs, and impacted 2M sq feet of residential green real estate and 200M of green commercial space nationally.
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