The richly-hued azaleas popping out over Georgia remind us we’re fortunate to live in a state blessed by natural beauty. And if you look beneath those seas of pink, purple and white magnificence, you’ll see they are made possible by an intricate green network of leaves, stems and roots that make them outstanding dependable performers, year after year.
George Bandy Jr., immediate past chair of the U.S. Green Building Council, is vice president of sustainability for Interface.
Better data drives better green policy
By Ory Zik
Imagine sitting in the executive chair about to make a critical decision, while a team of colleagues hurls financial information at you. It’s a stressful time, but at least the numbers are familiar. They are measured in dollars.
Dr. Ory Zik is the vice president of analytics for Boston-based Lux Research.
Making informed solar choices
By Stan Wise
The ink isn’t dry on legislation making it easier to finance solar systems for Georgia consumers and already unscrupulous marketers are misleading consumers with offers to go solar and “eliminate” the electric bill.
Stan Wise is a Georgia Public Service Commissioner.