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Atlanta, Georgia will become the first City in the United States to issue publicly-offered Environmental Impact Bonds. The bond proceeds are expected to be used for green infrastructure intended to improve the resilience of neighborhoods on the City's west side that have been devastated by flooding in recent years. Sign up to receive information as this opportunity develops.
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Renewable Energy Transition
The City of Atlanta has committed to transition to 100% renewable energy by the year 2035, and bond funding for individual projects is a big part of how. Atlanta has pledged $500 million in green bonds to help increase renewable energy generation, water conservation, and energy efficiency throughout the city.
Martin Luther King Jr. Natatorium
One of the signature projects of the Renew Atlanta bond series is the Martin Luther King Jr. Natatorium, a swimming and recreational facility situated in the Historic Old Fourth Ward Neighborhood. The facility replaced a previous swimming center by the same name that was torn down in 2012 over structural concerns.
Renew Atlanta is also helping fund park improvements throughout Atlanta, from roof repairs, to ADA upgrades, to new lights, to renovated facilities. Other upgrades like re-surfaced tennis courts, new walking paths, and bathroom repairs are also on tap for 18 of Atlanta's parks and recreation centers.
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