On April 7th, The Georgia Tech Climate and Energy Policy Lab is participating in the second annual nationwide energy policy dialogue, Solve Climate By 2030.
They will discuss three key questions:
- What is needed to help achieve a green economic recovery and a just transition in Georgia?
- What are one or two specific policies or actions that the state, communities, or individuals can take?
- What are some possible bottlenecks that can hinder us from achieving these goals?
This free event will include dialogue from a panel of policy experts from a wide variety of backgrounds. Following the panel discussion, there will be a 30-minute discussion in breakout rooms to discuss high-impact Drawdown Georgia carbon-reduction solutions, to be led by each solution's team of experts.
The event will take place from 5:00-6:30 EDT. We hope to see you there!