Articles about RayDay™ and RayDay

Brightening Our Corner Newsletter - May 2019

Our May newsletter has just gone out. Be sure to check it out for all the latest news and opportunities to engage with the Foundation

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EV Drivers Invited to Participate in EV Caravan to RayDay 2018

EV drivers who plan to attend RayDay 2018 are invited to take part in an EV Caravan with The Ray, Clean Cities Atlanta, and the EV Club of the South. It is an official National Drive Electric Week Event.

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Brightening Our Corner - August 2017 Newsletter

Quarterly Newsletter from the Ray C. Anderson Foundation

The Ray C. Anderson Foundation's Quarterly Newsletter is out - Brightening Our Corner

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RayDay Promises Fun for the Whole Family

RayDay 2017 promises to be the best ever with several new exhibitors, additional booths in the kids’ area and all of the great things that have become traditions through five years of fun together.

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RayDay 2017 is October 15th at Serenbe

Tickets are now available for RayDay 2017

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RayDay Embraces Path to Waste Reduction

Case Study on a Zero Food Waste Event

RayDay event producers embarked on a waste reduction journey with Ei Partners, in 2015 and 2016, and share some highlights and lessons learned.

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John Lanier's Interview on Georgia News Network

John Lanier was interviewed by John Clark on Georgia News Network, talking about Ray Anderson, his legacy, and the impact it still has through the Ray C. Anderson Foundation

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John Lanier is Guest on "Green Guy" - WGST Talk640 - Atlanta

John Lanier was the guest on Eric Moncrief's Green Guy radio talk show on Sunday, January 10th. He talked about Ray's vision and journey and the legacy that the Foundation is carrying on today.

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Simple, easy, proven steps culminate in zero food waste success

Reprinted from Elemental Impact's Blog: Zero Waste in Action

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The Ray is Unveiled

Mission Zero Corridor Renamed The Ray at RayDay 2015

The Ray C. Anderson Memorial Highway, also known as the Mission Zero Corridor, emerged with a new name and new imagery at RayDay 2015.

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