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Equitable Dinners

Two RCE Greater Atlanta members recently stepped up to facilitate a dinner for Equitable Dinners Atlanta on September 18, 2022: Norah Sinclair and Carolyn Aidman. The event was hosted by Out of Hand Theater, the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, the Fulton County Remembrance Coalition, and many other community partners and provided breakfasts,…

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RCE Collaborates On New Report Regarding Equity

Read The Scheller College of Business Report From the report: Drawdown Georgia is inspired by Project Drawdown and funded by the Ray C. Anderson Foundation (RCAF). It includes a research collaborative whose purpose is to identify the highest potential carbon mitigation strategies for the state of Georgia, while also advancing equity, promoting economic development, improving…

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SDG Fellows (2022-2023)

Congratulations to the first class of SDG Futures Fellows! We are excited to go on a journey with this cohort as they learn more about sustainable development and equity, focused on the Greater Atlanta region. The 27 Fellows represent a wide variety of backgrounds, coming to the program from 9 Greater Atlanta Higher Education Institutions…

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SDG Futures Fellowship

RCE Greater Atlanta is proud to announce the SDG Futures Fellowship, aimed at education about the UN Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs), leadership, and professional development!

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5th Annual EQUINOX Symposium

The annual EQUINOX Symposium is focused on the interconnected Sustainable Development Goals to catalyze interdisciplinary partnership and scholarship on sustainability with international, regional, and local speakers, and attendees. A multi-sponsored platform, the EQUINOX brings together institutions of higher education, professionals, policymakers, stakeholders, community members, and advocates.

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The Emergence of the Citizen Scientist

January 27, 2022 By Charlotte King, SALP Ambassador 2021 Across the globe, there is recognition that harnessing the collective power and engagement of citizens is a critical strategy to support meaningful advocacy for climate change and consistent with supporting the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Researchers assert, “data produced through ‘citizen science,’ which…

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RCE 2020 Awards

For the 2020 RCE awards, two RCE Greater Atlanta projects, the SDG Training Modules and the Mentorship Program, won awards from the United Nations network.

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