We empower organizations to execute sustainability initatives.
For Utilities, Governments (Cities, Counties, Regional Association, Municipal & State Governments, Federal Agencies), Business and Corporate, Academic Institutions, K-12 Schools, Authorities, Non Profits, Specialized Agencies and Authorities.
The Center for Sustainable Communities is a non-profit whose focus is to make communities greener, cleaner, safer and more climate resilient through an equity and environment justice lens.
The Center for Sustainable Communities advocates for communities in a number of areas including sustainable transportation, climate, health and wellness, comprehensive community revitalization, pollution mitigation, conservation, economic development, clean energy and energy efficiency, housing justice, youth engagement, STEM education, citizen science, emergency preparedness and restorations, equity, resilience, climate action and faith initiatives.
The Center for Sustainable Communities performs these duties through advocacy, activism, research, planning, evaluation and assessment, engineering, technical support, education and training, developing, policy development, application of science, community engagement and development, analysis, program and project management.
Garry A. Harris
Founder & President of the Center for Sustainable Communities
Board of Directors
Advancing Equity and Opportunity Initiative
GA Environmental Justice Alliance
Clean Power Plan Working Group
Demand Side Management Working Group
Energy Services Alliance
Emerald Cities Collaborative
National Environmental Justice Academy
Georgia Interfaith Power and Light
CREATE ( Culture; Religion; Enthics and the Environment)
WISE-E (Women in Science, Energy and the Environment)
What We Do
Assesment and Evaluation
Education and Training
Michele Wiseman—Recycling & Sustainability
Matt Robins—Environmental Regulation, Environmental Justice, Community Engagement
Ally Ackerman—Environmental Engineering, Planning
Chris Crumo—Research & STEM Education
Mitch Brown—Housing, Commmunity Development & Engagement
Yeo Sing—Research, Policy, Community Engagement & Advocacy
Nathan Mictic—Public Health
Dawn Marchand—Equality, Inclusion and Diversity
Eric Moncheif—Sustainability, Communications