As we usher in a new movement to accelerate climate solutions in Georgia, we’ve got lots of ways to learn and engage:
Join us as we engage in collective and small group conversations about the roadmap that Drawdown Georgia has created to bring climate solutions home. You can learn more about each virtual “dinner.”
Wednesday, October 21, 2-3:30 p.m.
How can we best accelerate climate solutions in Georgia, and do it in ways that create more opportunities and fewer inequities?
Featuring Dr. Marilyn Brown from Georgia Tech and other university researchers from across the state, we will unpack the science behind Drawdown Georgia’s 20 climate solutions - a road map for accelerating our way to a low carbon, equitable economy that benefits public health and the environment. Inspired by Project Drawdown, Georgia is the first state-centered Drawdown effort in the U.S.
Tuesday, October 20, noon-1 p.m.
How do everyday Georgians feel about climate change, COVID and social justice?
The conventional wisdom might say that Georgia, as a state, doesn't care that much about climate change. According to Georgians though, conventional wisdom seems to be wrong. That's one big takeaway from recent public opinion polling on climate, COVID, and equity. Hear from John Lanier, executive director of the Ray C. Anderson Foundation and a founding partner of Drawdown Georgia, and Emily Creek from Stable Kernel, Drawdown Georgia’s market research firm.