Sustainable Atlanta exists to advance the health, prosperity and quality of life for all people in metro Atlanta.
Look Up Atlanta – Telling Our Story, Catalyzing Engagement
Every movement needs a gathering space. For those working in the trenches every day to make Atlanta a better place, there is no gathering space to share, celebrate and inspire the good work happening every day to create a better, healthier community. With relationships crossing the region, the issues, and the various sectors, Sustainable Atlanta is the natural leader to Look Up Atlanta - a needed, trusted and centralized online community, where businesses, organizations and individuals will LEARN, CONNECT and ACT.
At Look Up Atlanta (www.lookupatl.org):
• Influencers are recognized
• Stories are shared
• Partnerships blossom
• Communities connect
• Causes + challenges inspire
- Metro Atlanta's Reputation at EPA: Bold Plans to Revive Former Brownfields (05/21/13) Saporta Report: Bob Perciasepe, the acting administrator of the EPA, took about a nanosecond to recall the old Atlantic Steel mill near downtown Atlanta. Perciasepe picked the area that now is Atlantic Station...
- Atlanta to Install Free WiFi in Piedmont and Grant Parks, Possibly...Some Neighborhoods (05/20/13) Creative Loafing: Free internet access will soon be available throughout Piedmont and Grant Parks - and possibly some rec centers, the Atlanta Beltline, and neighborhoods - sometime in the coming year.
- Community Groups ULI and LCC will Combine (05/17/13) Atlanta Business Chronicle: ULI Atlanta and the Livable Communities Coalition have agreed to join forces - creating the ULI Atlanta Livable Communities Council.
- Violinist Johnny Arco Arrested While Playing Music at MARTA (05/16/13) CBS Atlanta: A violinist who has performed in cities across the country said he spent five days behind bars after he was arrested in a MARTA train station.
- Georgia Power Adds to Biomass Portfolio (05/15/13) Atlanta Business Chronicle: Georgia Power Co. inked a deal with Rollcast Energy Inc. to add 53.5 megawatts of biomass capacity to its generation portfolio.