The Georgia Climate Conference, hosted by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, brings together more than 430 leaders and experts from the public, private, nonprofit, and academic sectors to collaborate, raise awareness of work across the state, highlight progress, and identify opportunities to do more.
This year’s conference, entitled “Minimizing Georgia’s Risk, Maximizing Georgia’s Future,” will be held August 12 to 13 on Jekyll Island. It will focus on two key questions: what does a changing climate mean for Georgia, and what can we do about it?
At the conference, the Executive Director of Georgia Interfaith Power and Light, Codi Norred, along with Marilyn Brown of Georgia Tech, Perri Cooper of Flint River Soil and Water Conservation District, Jasmine Crowe of Goodr, and Chandra Farley of the Partnership for Southern Equity, will offer a presentation entitled Drawdown Georgia.
For more details and to register, click here to view the conference webpage.