We invite you to join the Drawdown Georgia community on May 3rd at 4 p.m. at The Carter Center for a conversation about the intersection of climate and equity in Georgia. The event will feature, John Lanier, executive director of the Ray C. Anderson Foundation and a co-founder of Drawdown Georgia, and Nathaniel Smith, chief equity officer at the Partnership for Southern Equity and co-chair of the Drawdown Georgia Leadership Council.
You’ll join a global audience who will be live-streaming the event as part of the Living Future 22 Conference. Click here for all the details about this FREE event and to register to join us in person.
Rev. Dr. Gerald Durley, a lifelong advocate for civil rights and environmental justice, will kick off the conversation and put the work of advancing equitable climate solutions into context, and Dr. Na'Taki Osborne Jelks will join the conversation to bring her expertise as an assistant professor of environmental and health sciences at Spelman College.
Light refreshments will be served, and free parking is available. Tickets for this event will go quickly, so be sure to reserve your spot now!
Learn more about the Living Future 22 Conference here.