The Climate and Energy Policy Lab at Georgia Tech is participating in a nationwide series of Power Dialogs on April 7th, 2020. The project will engage more than 100,000 students in critical conversations about power as clean energy, but also about power through engaged citizen action. The state-wide dialog will spotlight how transforming global energy and transportation in the 2020's will get us on the path to climate stabilization by 2030. The event is free to the public. Presenters will include: Tim Echols, Vice-Chairman, Georgia Public Service Commission; Nathaniel Smith, Partnership for Southern Equity; Shane Totten, Southface Institute; Neela Ram, City of Atlanta; Dr. Kim Cobb, Global Change Program, Georgia Tech; Dr. Marilyn Brown, Climate and Energy Policy Lab, Georgia Tech and the Drawdown Georgia Project (with UGA, Emory, Georgia State, and the Anderson Foundation). Register here to attend for free.