On National Arbor Day, the Georgia Ports Authority made a commitment to put dozens of historic trees that are more than 200 years old located on GPA's Garden City Terminal, under protective governance, now and into the future. Georgia Ports Authority is committed to conducting port operations in an efficient and environmentally respective manner. We continually improve our operations and facilities with these goals in mind. See what we are doing around the Port to protect and preserve surrounding wetlands, reduce emissions and help our community. Find more information about GPA's sustainability effort at www.gaports.com/sustainability
Highlights Clean Energy Biofuels' biodiesel operation in Atlanta, GA. CEB is a full circle biodiesel company. We collect waste grease from local restaurants, process it at our 100% solar-powered production facility and sell it at the retail level at our fueling station at 250 Arizona Ave. near Candler Park.
Do you remember? Episode #32 of Schoolhouse Rock!: "The Energy Blues" | Original air date: 1978 | Music/Lyrics George Newall | Performed by: Jack Sheldon
- About 120 million pounds of damaged vehicle parts have been processed through the Ford Core Recovery Program since its inception; program celebrates 10 years in 2013
- Reusing parts as often as possible helps control costs and quality while conserving valuable resources and giving new life to vehicle components otherwise likely destined for a junkyard or landfill
- In the last two years, bumpers and headlights were added to the list of parts recycled or remanufactured through the program; about 26,000 headlight units were collected in the last year alone
Learn easy home made cleaning products from inspirational Green Lifestyle leader Laura Turner Seydel. Heather White of the Environmental Working Group interviews Laura at her home, the EcoManor, to discuss a variety of tips including a do it yourself recipe for cleaning your drains. For more information on the Environmental Working Group visit www.ewg.org.
This video was donated by GreenShortz with interview help from Southeast Green to celebrate GreenLaw's 20th Anniversary. Capturing the essence of the of the 20 years of hard work GreenLaw has done including their latest success of stopping two coal fired power plants in collaboration with other environmental groups. This video introduces new Executive Director of GreenLaw, Stephanie Stuckey Benfield and features Environmental Heroes Award Winners Congressman John Lewis and Billy Hall representing winner NewFields. Sally Bethea of the Chattahoochee Riverkeeper who discusses why environmental groups need legal assistance from time to time.