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As we keep producing and consuming ever-increasing quantities of “stuff,” a growing number of people are asking: Can we create an economy that values our environment and the quality of our lives over growth at any cost?

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Atlanta’s new mayor should deploy solar to address climate and housing crisis

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Atlanta’s new mayor should deploy solar to address climate and housing crisis

ATLANTA–Environment Georgia Research & Policy Center is calling on new Atlanta mayor Andre Dickens to ramp up the amount of solar installed on affordable housing developments across the city. As part of the call, the group released a fact sheet that includes case studies on how installing solar on affordable housing would reduce pollution, help Atlanta meet its climate goals and offer tens of thousands of dollars in savings over the lifetime of the system.

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New report shows what Georgians are trying to fix

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New report shows what Georgians are trying to fix

Atlanta-- According to a new report from Environment Georgia Research & Policy Center, even though Georgia residents demonstrate a strong interest in fixing their electronic devices, there are big obstacles in their way. “What are Georgians Trying to Fix?” analyzes data from the popular repair website iFixit.com, looking at the most common items people in Georgia want to fix, and what stands in their way.

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