WABE: "Federal Scientists: Climate Change Is Happening, Largely Due To Humans"

...That sets up a potential benefit for Georgia. Rochberg said a question that’s come up at the Georgia Climate Project, an initiative studying climate impacts and responses, is, “Can clean energy be to Georgia tomorrow essentially what the film industry is to Georgia today?”  “I think that’s a very exciting way to think about how Georgia can contribute to a solution,” Rochberg said.

 

AJC: "After Irma, Georgia faces a ‘new normal’ of devastating storms"

... an initiative called the Georgia Climate Project, during which people from government and the private sector drew up a list of questions that need to be answered to help the state become more resilient in the face of a growing threat.  All of those questions, he said, deal with how climate change is impacting the state, and what should Georgia do about them?...

Gizmodo: "Fighting Climate Change in a Red State"

...the Georgia Climate Project, a consortium of representatives from the state’s largest universities hoping to make Georgia a leader combatting climate change and its effects. Today, the project consists of researchers at the state’s most well-known institutions, Emory, Georgia Tech and the University of Georgia. They’ve only just devised a roadmap for the top climate issues faced by the state that they’ve submitted for peer review to a journal for publication this fall...