Taryn Sherman , Program Officer,
The goal of this program is to help meet the needs of current and future generations by reducing the environmental impacts of our personal, institutional, and community choices. Strategies include strengthening leadership in securing universal access to international family planning and reproductive health; advancing energy efficiency, renewable energy, and climate change solutions; and promoting water management policies and practices that protect water resources for ecosystems while meeting human needs.
Ceres' mission is to mobilize investor and business leadership to build a thriving, sustainable global economy. Ceres is uniquely positioned at the nexus of the business, investment and advocacy communities. To advance its mission, Ceres leverages the power of its partners - leading investors, Fortune 500 companies, thought leaders and policymakers - to positively influence change. The Turner Foundation provided funding to help start Ceres' water initiative in 2009. Since that time, Ceres has spurred some of the largest global companies in high impact sectors to significantly reduce their water impacts and those of their suppliers. Ceres' has worked with companies such as Campbell's Soup, Coca-Cola, General Mills, Ford Motor Company, and The Gap.
Focusing on three areas - teen pregnancy prevention, physical activity and nutrition, and healthy relationships - GCAPP’s mission is to improve the overall health and wellbeing of young people in Georgia to ensure a more powerful future for us all. GCAAP works to give young people the knowledge, skills and motivation they need to make healthy lifestyle choices. GCAPP believes if young people make it through adolescence unencumbered by teen pregnancy, physically healthy, and involved in healthy relationships, they will be primed to unleash their full power and potential and have a much better shot at succeeding.