• Roundtable: The Ted and Community Redevelopment

    In a recent article from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Bill Torpy featured his extended interview with Southface board member Leon Eplan. Eplan has been involved in the planning and design of Atlanta, sharing many success and frustrations of the region, since the early 1960s.

    Roundtable: The Ted and Community Redevelopment
  • Georgia’s Clean Energy Industry Provides Nearly 20,000 Full-Time Equivalent Jobs

    Southface has released its 2015 Georgia Clean Energy Industry Census that quantifies the clean energy industry’s impact on the state’s economy.

    Georgia’s Clean Energy Industry Provides Nearly 20,000 Full-Time Equivalent Jobs
  • Southface Volunteers at MLK Day Service Project

    The Southface team volunteered their time and expertise at the MLK Day Service Project in Decatur, helping to weatherize a home.

    Southface Volunteers at MLK Day Service Project
  • Get Over Sustainability; It’s Time To Embrace Resilience

    It’s not enough to rely solely on sustainability. We need to expand our focus to designing resilient and restorative ecological solutions.

    Get Over Sustainability; It’s Time To Embrace Resilience
  • Southface Staff Develop Crucial New Data and Analysis Tool

    With funding from the EPA, Southface staff have developed a crucial new data reporting tool to track energy and water use across building certification programs and housing sectors in the Southeast. Data reporting and analysis is up and running for the Home Energy Rating System and EarthCraft programs already!

    Southface Staff Develop Crucial New Data and Analysis Tool
  • Southface to Transition Leadership in 2016

    After Dennis’ 38 years at the helm, the time is right to transition to the next visionary leader.

    Southface to Transition Leadership in 2016
  • Winter Solstice Preview

    Join us Wednesday, December 16, from 5:30-7:30 to mix and mingle. If you’re not a member, buy a ticket and we’ll make you one! Dennis Creech will also make a special announcement related to the Southface History Project.

    Winter Solstice Preview
  • Greenprints Keynote to be Delivered by Ryan Gravel

    We are pleased to have Ryan deliver our 2016 Greenprints keynote to discuss his forthcoming book, Where We Want to Live, in which he investigates the cultural side of infrastructure, describing how its intimate relationship with our way of life can illuminate a brighter path forward for cities.

    Greenprints Keynote to be Delivered by Ryan Gravel
  • A Day of Consumption

    This Thanksgiving, remember tips to keep your energy usage low when hosting friends and family for a meal.

    A Day of Consumption
  • Energy Efficiency For All

    Energy Efficiency for All (EFFA) is a national program working in a dozen states, dedicated to linking the energy and housing sectors together in order to tap the benefits of energy efficiency for millions of low-income families.

    Energy Efficiency For All

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Roundtable: The Ted and Community Redevelopment

Roundtable: The Ted and Community Redevelopment

In a recent article from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Bill Torpy featured his extended interview with Southface board member Leon Eplan. Eplan has been involved in the planning and design of Atlanta, sharing many success and frustrations of the region, since the early 1960s.

Read more ›
Georgia’s Clean Energy Industry Provides Nearly 20,000 Full-Time Equivalent Jobs

Georgia’s Clean Energy Industry Provides Nearly 20,000 Full-Time Equivalent Jobs

Southface has released its 2015 Georgia Clean Energy Industry Census that quantifies the clean energy industry’s impact on the state’s economy.

Read more ›
Southface Volunteers at MLK Day Service Project

Southface Volunteers at MLK Day Service Project

The Southface team volunteered their time and expertise at the MLK Day Service Project in Decatur, helping to weatherize a home.

Read more ›
Get Over Sustainability; It’s Time To Embrace Resilience

Get Over Sustainability; It’s Time To Embrace Resilience

It’s not enough to rely solely on sustainability. We need to expand our focus to designing resilient and restorative ecological solutions.

Read more ›
Southface Staff Develop Crucial New Data and Analysis Tool

Southface Staff Develop Crucial New Data and Analysis Tool

With funding from the EPA, Southface staff have developed a crucial new data reporting tool to track energy and water use across building certification programs and housing sectors in the Southeast. Data reporting and analysis is up and running for the Home Energy Rating System and EarthCraft programs already!

Read more ›
2015 Milestones Lauded at Solstice Event

2015 Milestones Lauded at Solstice Event

Southface recognized Agnes Scott College with its Annual Award of Excellence for their solar initiatives and bestowed the volunteer of the year mantel to Mary Moore of the Cook’s Warehouse for her service to the Visionary Dinner.

Read more ›
Southface to Transition Leadership in 2016

Southface to Transition Leadership in 2016

After Dennis’ 38 years at the helm, the time is right to transition to the next visionary leader.

Read more ›
Winter Solstice Preview

Winter Solstice Preview

Join us Wednesday, December 16, from 5:30-7:30 to mix and mingle. If you’re not a member, buy a ticket and we’ll make you one! Dennis Creech will also make a special announcement related to the Southface History Project.

Read more ›
Greenprints Keynote to be Delivered by Ryan Gravel

Greenprints Keynote to be Delivered by Ryan Gravel

We are pleased to have Ryan deliver our 2016 Greenprints keynote to discuss his forthcoming book, Where We Want to Live, in which he investigates the cultural side of infrastructure, describing how its intimate relationship with our way of life can illuminate a brighter path forward for cities.

Read more ›
A Day of Consumption

A Day of Consumption

This Thanksgiving, remember tips to keep your energy usage low when hosting friends and family for a meal.

Read more ›
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