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Ecocentricity Blog: Reflecting on Ten Years of our Philanthropic Voyage

By: John A. Lanier
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A sailing parable is the perfect way to capture our foundation’s philanthropic philosophy. We’ve worked hard to put it into effect in our first ten years, and we are proud of our efforts. Still, there is much work to be done.

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A sailing parable is the perfect way to capture our foundation’s philanthropic philosophy. We’ve worked hard to put it into effect in our first ten years, and we are proud of our efforts. Still, there is much work to be done.

Collaborating to Fund Climate Solutions and Equity in Georgia

By: John A. Lanier
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A new collaborative funding opportunity has emerged as five family foundations have come together with a shared vision to jointly support a grant program for climate solutions and equity in Georgia.

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A new collaborative funding opportunity has emerged as five family foundations have come together with a shared vision to jointly support a grant program for climate solutions and equity in Georgia.

What Climate Solutions Work Best in Georgia?

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Drawdown Georgia is a "leaderfull" initiative that involves multiple stakeholders.

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Drawdown Georgia is a "leaderfull" initiative that involves multiple stakeholders.

Brightening Our Corner Newsletter - May 2022

Quarterly Newsletter of the Ray C. Anderson Foundation
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Updates from the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business

Alumna Profile: For Unwana Etuk, Sustainability is a (Literal) Journey

Ecocentricity Blog: Climate on an Earth the Size of a Football Field

By: John A. Lanier
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This week's Ecocentricity is a repost of a blog written for Drawdown Georgia several weeks back. Since it has relevance beyond Georgia, it's being shared here. As you'll see, when you imagine the earth at a smaller scale, it's remarkable just how sensitive our climate is to relatively minor changes in our atmosphere.

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This week's Ecocentricity is a repost of a blog written for Drawdown Georgia several weeks back. Since it has relevance beyond Georgia, it's being shared here. As you'll see, when you imagine the earth at a smaller scale, it's remarkable just how sensitive our climate is to relatively minor changes in our atmosphere.

Ecocentricity Blog: Climate Town

By: John A. Lanier
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Climate Town is a YouTube channel produced by the comedian and climate expert Rollie Williams. He creates some of the best, and certainly the funniest, climate videos available.

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Climate Town is a YouTube channel produced by the comedian and climate expert Rollie Williams. He creates some of the best, and certainly the funniest, climate videos available.

Ecocentricity Blog: Tracking Our Emissions

By: John A. Lanier
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Soon, Drawdown Georgia will be unveiling a new emissions tracking tool. Come check out the webinar that will introduce it!

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Soon, Drawdown Georgia will be unveiling a new emissions tracking tool. Come check out the webinar that will introduce it!

Ecocentricity Blog: Reflecting on Corporate Sustainability, Climate Change, and the (Electric) Road Ahead

A Q&A with John A. Lanier and Jeff Gowdy
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This week's blog is a conversation on the state of corporate sustainability and how it intersects with climate change between John Lanier, executive director of the Ray C. Anderson Foundation, and his friend Jeff Gowdy, a director at the sustainability consultancy Sustainserv, and an adjunct professor at Vanderbilt University.

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This week's blog is a conversation on the state of corporate sustainability and how it intersects with climate change between John Lanier, executive director of the Ray C. Anderson Foundation, and his friend Jeff Gowdy, a director at the sustainability consultancy Sustainserv, and an adjunct professor at Vanderbilt University.

Ecocentricity Blog: At the Beach

By: John A. Lanier
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Coastal habitat degradation is currently a contributor to global warming, but it doesn’t have to stay that way. If we prioritize the conservation, management, and regeneration of coastal ecosystems, we can turn that ship around.

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Coastal habitat degradation is currently a contributor to global warming, but it doesn’t have to stay that way. If we prioritize the conservation, management, and regeneration of coastal ecosystems, we can turn that ship around.

Ecocentricity Blog: Farming Squared

By: John A. Lanier
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More and more, owners of farmland are going to be presented with the choice of continuing to farm or selling to solar developers. We absolutely need more installed solar on the grid, but we also need productive farms! So ideally, we would be able to do both simultaneously.

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More and more, owners of farmland are going to be presented with the choice of continuing to farm or selling to solar developers. We absolutely need more installed solar on the grid, but we also need productive farms! So ideally, we would be able to do both simultaneously.

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