Atlanta-Based Nonprofit to Develop Roadmap to Eco-Friendly Future DEKALB COUNTY, GA (July 31, 2023) -– As part of widespread efforts to improve sustainability in DeKalb County under the Clean Energy Transition Plan, Southface Institute, an Atlanta-based sustainable building nonprofit, has been selected to steer the county towards a future of 100% clean energy, defined as energy produced through means that do not directly pollute the atmosphere. Southface will develop an
DeKalb Green New Deal News
Join Commissioner Terry, his team, and guest speakers to discuss Clean Energy and Energy Efficiency for a DeKalb Green New Deal. Learn about what DeKalb County has already done to mitigate climate change, and join us in visioning a green, just future.
oin Commissioner Terry, his team, and guest speakers for a discussion on Conservation and Access to Nature for a DeKalb Green New Deal. Learn about what DeKalb County has already done to mitigate climate change and join us in visioning a green, just future.
From Decaturish DeKalb County, GA — DeKalb County Commissioner Ted Terry hosted an event at the Maloof Auditorium to kick off a “DeKalb Green New Deal” initiative on April 17. Additional events during Earth Week include webinars on clean energy, environmental justice, and green jobs from April 18-20. Terry will speak at Decatur’s Earth Day celebration on April 22. In addition, Terry plans to introduce a resolution to allocate $100,000 in American Rescue Plan
From the Georgia Sun The “DeKalb Green New Deal” kickoff event is set to take place on April 17 as part of Earth Week celebrations in DeKalb County. Hosted by Super District 6 Commissioner Ted Terry, the initiative aims to engage the community in local climate action and advocate for greener public policy. The Maloof Auditorium in Decatur will house the event from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Terry emphasized the