Foundation News

The Ray and Geotab ITS Partner to Launch Freight Electrification Clinic

The Ray, a leading nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing net-zero transportation and energy infrastructure, has partnered with Geotab Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) to showcase how aggregate data analysis can efficiently and effectively position zero-carbon fueling stations for medium and heavy-duty trucks for success, across the nation.

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Coalition for a Regenerative Future Kicks Off in October

The Coalition for a Regenerative Future will kick off on October 12th with a panel presentation

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Feds gave Georgia $3M to plan climate pollution reduction. What role will Columbus play?

By: Kara Hunter, Ledger-Enquirer

What if Georgia was given $3 million from the EPA to draft a plan to reduce pollution and combat climate change in a meaningful and equitable way over the next several months?

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Growing a Just, Green Economy in Georgia

A Drawdown Georgia Webinar

What does a successful clean energy economy in Georgia look like? Don't miss this transformative webinar with key players in our state.

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Jaap Van Joolen Receives 2022 Interface Sustainability and Sales Award

Donates Prize Money to Carbon Zero Youth Initiative

Jaap Van Joolen received the 2022 Interface Sustainability and Sales Award from the Ray C. Anderson Foundation and Interface and donated his prize money to the Carbon Zero Youth Initiative

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Plant Native for Birds: Georgia Grows Native for Birds Month Returns for 2023

This September, Georgia Audubon will celebrate the sixth annual Georgia Grows Native for Birds Month, a celebration of Georgia’s native plants and the key role they play for birds and other wildlife. This year’s celebration will include a variety of workshops and events designed to help Georgians learn more about gardening for birds and other wildlife using native plants.

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Accelerating Climate Justice in Georgia

A cohort of family foundations is working to address climate change and its inequitable impact

A cohort of Georgia family foundations is providing funding at the intersection of racial equity and climate change through the Drawdown Georgia Climate Solutions & Equity Grants program.

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Relationship Status of Engineers & Sustainability? It’s complicated.

By: Andrew Schulz, PhD

An engineering Ph.D. from Georgia Tech talks about his biomimicry journey and details what it was like to take part in the Biomimicry Launchpad Accelerator program, which is partially funded by the Ray C. Anderson Foundation

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Meet 2023's Top 10 Nature-Inspired Startups Solving Crucial Environmental and Social Problems

Biomimicry Institute announces new cohort of bioinspired startups participating in the Ray of Hope Prize ® program.

The Biomimicry Institute is proud to announce the top 10 finalists selected to participate in this year's Ray of Hope Prize, a transformational program designed to help startups cross a critical threshold in scaling their sustainable solutions.

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The Environmental Justice Green Book for Georgia Launches

The Turner Environmental Law Clinic at Emory University proudly announces the launch of The Environmental Justice Green Book for Georgia, a new online tool designed to empower communities facing environmental injustices in Georgia.

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