Sustainable Futures

Creating Pathways to an Equitable Green Economy 


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Come and join the discussion, we are hosting over 100 virtual and in-person house meetings throughout Fulton, Clayton, and Dekalb counties. We plan to engage over 200 community activists, leaders, and members over a six-month period in a conversation about income inequality and the green economy and what we as a community should do about it in Georgia. At the end of the six months, all house meeting participants are invited to attend our Issue Assembly where we will identify which one or two of the most widely and deeply felt issues that we will address as a community and we will identify our county leadership teams.A house meeting is an in-person gathering of 5-10 people, usually lasting 60-90 minutes, with the purpose of building or deepening public relationships, establishing a shared vision, surfacing issues, and generating a commitment to act together on specific next steps.