Environment Georgia Blog

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Jennifer Duenas
Clean Water Associate, Environment Georgia

I love the holiday season because I get to make wonderful memories, eat delicious food and give gifts to my loved ones. However, I am also aware of the environmental impact of the holidays and all of the unnecessary waste that comes with it. This year, I will focus on buying less stuff and giving more meaningful gifts. I will embrace Environment Georgia’s ‘Buy Less, Give More’ gift guide.

The organizations who signed our letter to Walmart demonstrate the wide-ranging benefits of installing solar panels at big box retail stores

Many Thanksgiving favorites wouldn’t be the same without bees

More than 250 community leaders joined the movement to protect our oceans by signing up to become “Voices for Our Oceans.”

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Morgan Folger
Director, Destination: Zero Carbon

In order to address climate change, the shipping industry must dramatically reduce global warming emissions by electrifying their trucking fleets.

We need to stop the monarch's rapid descent toward extinction 

Our new progress report finds that despite the need to rebuild many federal agencies and tackle the COVID-19 crisis, the Biden administration has already taken numerous steps to restore environmental protections.

As an ode to the planet we love, we launched a Valentine's Day week of action to encourage Whole Foods to prioritize its relationship with the planet over plastic.

Out of the gates, here’s what President Biden did for America’s wildlife.

The butterfly’s plummeting population warrants protection under the Endangered Species Act, and now is the time for action.