Register Now: Climate + Equity in Georgia: How Do We Get This Right?

Climate change affects all of us, but some of us bear the brunt more than others. Meanwhile, climate efforts often neglect underserved areas or offer aid without meaningful input from impacted communities.

Join us for a powerful, in-person conversation that will explore the many ways that Georgians can--and already are--working to ensure that we all have access to the environmental, economic, and health benefits associated with advancing climate solutions in our state.

Join us to hear from voices at the forefront of the efforts to realize a just, low-carbon future in Georgia:

Daniel Blackman - a dynamic speaker and architect for change, Daniel is a life-long advocate for human rights and environmental and climate justice. A former chair of the Georgia Chapter of the Sierra Club, he also has over 10 years of public and intergovernmental affairs experience and has dedicated his career to creating economic opportunities for marginalized communities.

Chandra Farley - as chief sustainability officer for the City of Atlanta, Chandra is charged with advancing the City’s goal to achieve 100% clean energy for 100% of Atlantans by 2035 as well as developing the strategy to leverage the Justice40 Initiative to advance these goals through a lens of environmental justice.

Michael Hawthorne Jr. - the organizing director for Georgia Conservation Voters Education Fund and the co-founder of Klean Energy Kulture, an environmental lifestyle brand and entertainment company that is accelerating the clean energy transition in Black communities. Michael brings decades of climate and energy activism helping communities of color achieve climate and energy justice.

Don’t miss this transformative event for the Georgia climate community. Register now!