We were inspired by Project Drawdown and used their global framework to identify the sectors and solutions that will best leverage Georgia’s strengths to reduce our carbon emissions quickly, safely, and equitably as possible.
The Ray C. Anderson Foundation
Drawdown Georgia is a project of the The Ray C. Anderson Foundation, a legacy of Georgia industrialist and sustainable capitalist Ray Anderson (Founder of Interface, Inc.).
Georgia Tech and it’s considerable research and science talent have been integral to the Drawdown Georgia launch, leading our academic effort to create the framework we’ve built to achieve significant progress to net zero.
The team at Climate @ Emory is a part of the academic team leading our research and validating the science behind Drawdown Georgia.
University of Georgia
The University of Georgia supports Drawdown Georgia through its atmospheric sciences department, in support of our research and backing our science.
Georgia Climate Project
The project is a collaborative effort of nine universities to answer the questions, what does a changing climate mean for Georgia and what can we do about it? The project runs the Georgia Climate Stories and Georgia Climate Information Portal.