As we work collectively to draw down greenhouse gas emissions in Georgia, we can now track and visualize that progress.
If you know what the IPCC is, you are paying very close attention to the climate crisis. The IPCC is the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and is the United Nations body for assessing the..
This post originally appeared on the Drawdown Georgia Blog in November 2021; we are republishing it today as it provides an excellent background to the Georgia Power Integrated Resource Planning..
According to the Yale Program on Climate Communication, 70% of Americans are concerned about climate change but only 19% are doing something about it. Among those who are organizing to act on climate..
Are you an educator looking for resources to teach students about climate change in Georgia? Whether you are seeking ideas for curriculum, guest speakers, toolkits, or special programs, there is a..
Did you know that Georgia is the #1 forestry state in the country? Almost 60% of the land in our state consists of temperate forests. Right now Georgia’s 22 million acres of working forests offset..
Black or white. On or off. A or B. Winner or loser. Mutually exclusive. These are all expressions we use to refer to the same idea - that sometimes a thing must be one way or another.
As 2021 comes to a close, we’re looking back on all the research, innovations, and learnings around climate solutions that Drawdown Georgia has shared over the past 12 months. That’s why we’ve..