GEORGIA GAINS REINFORCEMENTS IN FIGHT FOR EQUITABLE ENERGY POLICIES

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The Southeast has among the highest electricity bills and the lowest investment in energy efficiency in America according to 2019 data from US Energy Information Administration and the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy. Newly hired advocates in Georgia have the experience to change the equation.   With a juris doctor degree and 15+ years of experience …

A Tool for More Equitable Development in Atlanta

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In this moment of social transformation, with the country and Atlanta in protest against police brutality, racially driven murder and the structural racism that has impacted the Black community for centuries, the need for development in our cities that recognizes potential displacement and needs of existing residents is more vital than ever.

Is Development Without Displacement Possible?

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Challenges like gentrification and rising housing prices have long troubled large cities like Atlanta and created significant inequalities in our communities. Development pressure threatens long-standing communities within those cities, their cultural character and access to affordable housing.

Diverse Architecture Teams Create Equitable Spaces

When designing a new space, we must take all backgrounds, values and needs into consideration to create meaningful architecture. Collaboration is key. Design principals, team leaders, associates and interns all need to be heard and feel safe enough to provide their unique perspectives to rethink design problems.

TransFormation Alliance Grants $500,000 to Groups for Soccer Fields, Affordable Housing and Other Projects to Improve Climate, Health and Racial Equality

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ATLANTA – The TransFormation Alliance, a partnership of more than 30 government agencies, businesses and nonprofits, including the Strong, Prosperous, And Resilient Communities Challenge (SPARCC), announced today a series of innovative grants to help infrastructure in Atlanta heal where it once divided.