Drawdown Georgia Research to Activate and Track Climate Solutions

Research to Activation

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Climate Solutions & Their Carbon Benefits

Linking to carbon emissions by sector

  • Electricity
  • Residential and commercial buildings
  • Industry
  • Transportation
  • Forests, farms, and food

Tracking Climate Solutions and supporting infrastructure:

electric vehicles, rooftop solar, heat pumps, composting, afforestation and silvopasture

Georgia Views of Climate Solutions

Initial findings of a survey of 1,788 Georgia residents are summarized here.

Map of Georgia with survey dataHow familiar are Georgia residents with climate solutions?

What solutions interest them most and what barriers constrain their adoption?

What type of new power plant infrastructure is most widely supported?

Do Georgia residents support or oppose climate policies such as a carbon emissions reduction goal and resilience planning?

Activating Solutions in Innovative Ways

Drawdown Georgia Business Compact

“Research to Action” seminar on rooftop solar, demand response, and cogeneration 

9 Videos by >50 Georgia Tech grad students linking solutions to policies

Seminar on equity chaired by Dean Kaye Husbands Fealing

Blog posts and research on climate solutions in Georgia 

Climate Solutions Games

Preview of Game Cards

  • Have fun and learn with a card game representing the high-impact carbon reduction solutions of Drawdown Georgia
  • Play as a team to reduce Georgia’s carbon emissions; discuss and collaborate to learn about drawdown solutions
  • Consider the costs, benefits, and impacts on equity
  • An interactive game for all levels of climate knowledge