Better Gift Giving

By: John A. Lanier

There is so much that is good about this time of year. That said, sometimes the holidays can turn into forced consumerism, and that isn’t good. So please give to others, but give mindfully.

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Lists of Ten

By: John A. Lanier

Released last month, the publication highlights the ways in which policymakers working to help their economies recover from the economic impacts of Covid-19 can do so in resilient ways.

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Rent a COP

Participants will experience keynotes, panels, workshops and caucuses structured around five climate themes: climate justice, education, health, green jobs, and carbon reduction targets.

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An Errant Tweet

By: John A. Lanier

To be clear, individual choices do matter, and I spill a lot of virtual ink advocating for them in this blog. But our changing climate is a systems-scale problem.

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A Matter of Degrees

By: John A. Lanier

Just recently, the podcast A Matter of Degrees launched, and I cannot recommend it highly enough.

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A CelebRAYtion

By: John A. Lanier

Alas, RayDay 2020 was destined to be one of the millions of special occasions lost in the wake of COVID-19. It’s unfortunate, because we have seen the magic that comes from 2,000 people gathered in common cause to celebrate Mother Earth and the many organizations that work to protect her.

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Drawdown Georgia Week

By: John A. Lanier

We are less than a week away from publicly launching Drawdown Georgia, so I want to humbly ask you to join us in our planned festivities.

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Just Wondering Why

By: John A. Lanier

As we watch more shows, I’ll be looking for the lessons that I can reinforce on our walks around the neighborhood. I’m confident that over time, my kids will develop a genuine curiosity about how nature works.

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Running Away With It

By: John A. Lanier

If the major economies of the world are in a race for the most robust and sustained economic growth, then China may have just broken from the pack.

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Hear Ye, Hear Ye!

By: John A. Lanier

Our foundational question is simple – what climate solutions have the greatest potential to reverse global warming right here in our state?

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