Join the RCE on Monday, October 26th at 2:30pm! Natasha Dyer, will talk about Atlanta's efforts to divert food waste from the landfill, create decentralized composting that benefits local urban agriculture, and recover edible surplus food for food insecure residents. Natasha Dyer is the Senior Recycling Program Coordinator for the City of Atlanta and the … Continue Reading →
The sweeping expansion of genetically modified soybeans in Argentina has underpinned the country’s exports since the late 1990s, while also has exacerbated problems of agrochemical exposure. This talk will focus on the ways in which rural populations think, feel, and act when affected by agrochemical exposure, and will analyze the dynamics of mobilization and … Continue Reading →
Join West Atlanta Watershed Alliance, Chattahoochee Riverkeeper, the Proctor Creek Stewardship Council, West Atlanta community members, and volunteers on Saturday, November 21, 2020 from 10 am - 1 pm in collecting water samples throughout West Atlanta neighborhoods to get a one-day “snapshot” of water quality at designated locations in the Proctor, Utoy, and Sandy Creek … Continue Reading →
Join The Atlanta RCE Network on Monday, February 22nd at 3pm! Their special guest, Ms. Jasmine Burton, from Wish to Wash, will talk about innovation in sanitation and hygiene in metro Atlanta. Ms. Burton works to create a human-centered design as a framework for research, innovation, and sustainable social impact. Please join them on Feb … Continue Reading →
Alexander von Humboldt (1769-1859) was one of the most important scientific and humanist thinkers of the nineteenth century, with foresights that resonate in many current environmental debates. In accordance with his understanding of nature as spatial, dynamic, and fluid, Humboldt did not limit himself to one single subject matter but worked in fields labeled today … Continue Reading →
The RCE Greater Atlanta is a online conversation with Dr. Ali Keyvanfar to discuss neighborhood-driven work stops, and construction delay due to unaddressed social concerns is increasing. If proper risk identification and mitigation is not in practice, soon we will see the \201C neighborhood delays\201D as a modern risk factor to stay. Dr. Keyvanfar Lab … Continue Reading →
Join RCE Greater Atlanta March 22nd at 3pm to hear our special guest, Bernie Burgener, talk about the status of sustainable development in Atlanta. Mr. Burgener will also discuss how we can achieve decent work for all in the city by addressing certain missing components. We look forward you to seeing you there!
Interested in being paired with a mentor in Atlanta's vibrant sustainability community? RCE Greater Atlanta's Sustainability Mentorship Program aims to connect the next generation of innovators to sustainability-oriented and trailblazing mentors by facilitating discussions that promote intrapersonal development, including an introduction into the worldwide RCE network. Learn more here. Applications are due on Friday, August … Continue Reading →