Drawdown Georgia officially launched on October 17, with a week of celebration and conversation that brought communities across Georgia to the table to talk about how we can accelerate climate solutions that will bring us to Drawdown, that point in the future when emissions begin to decline. The kick off event was complete with a signature cocktail from mixologist Tiffanie Barriere (The Drinking Coach), performances by two young musicians from Atlanta Music Project, and a keynote from Nathaniel Smith of the Partnership for Southern Equity rounding out the night. Together with our partner Civic Dinners, we then hosted five nights of conversation about the solutions that will put our state on the path to Drawdown -- a conversation series that is open to all who are interested in engaging with our five key solutions sectors: Electricity, Transportation, Buildings & Materials, Food & Agriculture, and Land Sinks. We rounded out the week with two interesting research shares that are available via download from the Drawdown Georgia website - a promising public opinion research report, “Georgians on Climate, COVID and Equity, and another, “The Science Behind Drawdown Georgia,” presented by our research team.
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