You can’t manage what you can’t measure.
As we work collectively to drawdown greenhouse gas emissions in Georgia, we can now track and visualize that progress.
The new Drawdown Georgia GHG Emissions Tracker is a free, first-of-its-kind, interactive tool that shows where greenhouse gas emissions come from in Georgia at the state and county level. The Tracker was developed by Dr. William Drummond of Georgia Tech, along with colleagues at both Georgia Tech and the University of Georgia.
Join us on February 24th at 3 pm Eastern to learn all about how the Drawdown Georgia GHG Emissions Tracker was developed, how to use the wealth of data contained in this new tool, and how you can interpret and apply this information in your community, business, and local government.
This presentation will be moderated by Blair Beasley, director of climate strategies at the Ray C. Anderson Foundation, and will feature an expert panel discussion with key researchers behind the development of the GHG Emissions Tracker, including:
- Dr. Marilyn Brown, a Regents' and Brook Byers Professor of Sustainable Systems in the Georgia Tech School of Public Policy
- Dr. William Drummond, Director of the Master of Science degree in Geographic Information Science and Technology at Georgia Tech and an Associate Professor of City & Regional Planning
- David Eady, Engagement Manager Sr. for the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business at the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business and the Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain in the Office of Undergraduate Education
- Dr. Jackie Mohan, Associate Professor and Graduate Faculty at the University of Georgia's Odum School of Ecology
Register here to join the discussion and take a deep dive into this innovative new tracking tool.