The Georgia Climate Project is building a network of experts across the state to advance four strategic priorities.
Synthesizing what is known and analyzing what is not in order to improve understanding of climate impacts and solutions in Georgia.
Fostering a constructive, nonpartisan discussion about how climate change affects Georgia and what can be done about it.
Working with partners to enable Georgians to take practical steps to respond to climate change and its impacts.
Bringing together experts working to understand and act on climate.
We identified 40 important research questions that, if answered, could lay the groundwork for effective, science-based climate action in Georgia.
A tool that will provide fingertip access to key information about climate change in Georgia.
Highlighting the personal stories of Georgians whose lives and livelihoods are impacted by climate change and those who are taking practical steps to respond to climate change and its impacts.
A competition where students partner with organizations to develop strategies that reduce carbon footprints while saving money.
Bringing together students across the state to develop innovative climate solutions.
A product of the Climate Action Lab
An experimental tool for demystifying the climate action landscape in Georgia.