SSDN 2019 Annual Report

2019 was a year of building, a year of trying new things, and experimenting with creative opportunities to meet the network’s strategic planning goals.

BUILDING SOLUTIONS IN THE SOUTH
— CANCELLED — 2020 Annual Meeting Savannah, Georgia

The SSDN 2020 Annual Meeting in Savannah, Georgia, is cancelled.

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Our Members

The Southeast Sustainability Directors Network (SSDN) is comprised of local government sustainability professionals from cities and counties in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

SSDN Members

Learn more about our members from across the Southeast.

Become a Member

Learn more about member eligibility and requirements.

Committees

Learn more about our committees which guide our network.

Our Programs

SSDN is a network of local governments working together to create clean and healthy communities throughout our region.

Peer Learning

SSDN connects members on sustainability issues.

Annual Meeting

SSDN's annual meeting brings members together face to face every spring.

State Networks

Members within each state work together on state-specific projects.

“Through SSDN, the City of Charlotte has been able to discuss overcoming obstacles to combat climate change with similar cities in population, area, and culture. We have utilized the group to build our expertise on different subjects and gain City support on initiatives that have been completed in other SSDN communities.”

Erika Ruane, City of Charlotte, North Carolina

"SSDN is an amazing resource for municipal sustainability professionals in the Southeastern US. SSDN provides beginning and experienced sustainability directors with access to collaborative learning opportunities, best practices in urban sustainability, and grant funding for city/county sustainability projects."

Peter Nierengarten, Sustainability Director, City of Fayetteville, Arkansas

“Through SSDN I was able to make personal connections with peers within our region. These connections are so important — whenever I need help, I am one email, one phone call away from my peers who are always so tremendously helpful. I love the SSDN annual meeting, where I meet with my counterparts from other cities/counties/states and learn more about their work, their challenges, and most importantly, identify opportunities where we can work together.”

Flavia Tonioli, Sustainability Manager, City of Miami Beach, Florida