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Climate Policy

Earth’s changing climate is one of Georgia’s most significant long-term environmental challenges. The Georgia Conservancy is therefore committed to the development and promotion of policies and practices that lessen the adverse impacts on the environment that contribute to climate change.


An increase in stagnant summer air is expected to continue across the U.S.

Georgia currently averages about 20 dangerous heat days a year. By 2050, it is projected to see more than 90 such days a year.


An Update on Our Work During the COVID-19 Pandemic

In the spirit of fostering health and prevention in the wake of this pandemic, we’ve had to make some big scheduling changes here at Georgia Organics. On this page (click here), we have listed events, trainings, and other gatherings that we are cancelling or postponing through the end of May. We are heartbroken to see these rich educational gatherings delayed, but we have made these choices at the urging of public health officials, with an abundance of caution, and with our goal ever-focused on community health.



“Georgia. Georgia on my mind.” A state known for its sprawling peach fields, its southern hospitality, and as a gateway to the Appalachian Trail. It was the birthplace of Martin Luther King, Jr. and the US civil rights movement. More than 10 million people live in Georgia – and the climate crisis is transforming the state they call home.


100% Renewable Energy

Imagine being able to power your life without harming the environment. Imagine our country producing and consuming energy while we enjoy healthy, livable communities. We have the power to give kids growing up today a livable future. That’s why we’re calling for a nationwide commitment to 100% renewable energy.


Energy Generation

In a changing world where energy resources are becoming more scarce, alternative sources of energy become more important. The Center of Innovation for Energy Technology focuses on identifying and supporting the technologies that utilize local resources such as biomass, solar and waste (agricultural, industrial and consumer).


Georgia Profile Analysis

Georgia is located at the southern end of the Blue Ridge Mountains and has the largest land area of any state east of the Mississippi River.1 Despite its location near Appalachian coalfields and oil and natural gas basins, Georgia does not have any significant fossil fuel reserves.