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The more we each learn about climate change, the more we each can do to slow it.

Visit some of our favorite scientific resources to learn more about how climate change affects you and your loved ones, our beautiful state of Georgia—and the whole planet

Together, we can continue to separate climate science from political and cultural affiliations to protect Georgia for future generations.

Learn more at:

American Public Health Association (APHA)
APHA speaks out on a range of public health issues, including climate change

Citizens’ Climate Lobby
Creates the political will for climate solutions

Climate Central
Researches and reports the science and impacts of climate change

Explore Top Climate Risks in Georgia
How extreme heat, drought, wildfires, inland flooding and coastal flooding affect Georgia and other states

Real Climate
Climate science from climate scientists

Skeptical Science
Explains climate change science and rebuts global warming misinformation

Yale Climate Opinion Maps—U.S., 2016
What people around the country believe about climate change

 

Take action

Write your legislators in Congress. Tell your representative and senators why tackling climate change is important to you. Ask them to take action.

And of course, know where your candidate stands on climate change—and vote climate!