Research to Activation
Energy Burden in Georgia: A Roleplay Simulation
To learn more, go to the webpage below!
- 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
Initial findings of a survey of 1,788 Georgia residents are summarized here.
How familiar are Georgia residents with climate solutions?
What solutions interest them most and what constrains their adoption?
Do Georgia residents support climate goals and resilience planning?
See: Brown, Marilyn A., Snehal Kale, Min-kyeong Cha, and Oliver Chapman. 2023. “What Return-on-Investment is Required for Household Electrification? A New Approach to Willingness to Pay,” Applied Energy Vol. 338 (1) 120791.
“Research to Action” seminar on rooftop solar, demand response, and cogeneration
Seminar on equity chaired by Dean Kaye Husbands Fealing
Blog posts and research on climate solutions in Georgia