Climate Change Conversations With Trees Atlanta

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  • Climate Change Conversations With Trees Atlanta

  • Susan Granbery

    January 15, 2020 at 11:29 am

    This is a repost from Judy Yi, Director of Education at Trees Atlanta. Check out Trees Atlanta and American Grove Events for these upcoming climate change conversations.

    “Let’s have a conversation about local climate change. Metro Atlanta’s population is expected to push 8.6 million in 2050, meaning an additional 3 million residents will inhabit our city within a 30-year timeframe. With increasing demands for resources, a rise in air pollution and greenhouse gasses, and fluctuations in the local climate, our city is about to change.

    Over the next two months, we’re bringing in climate experts, researchers, and educators to have a series of conversations on how climate change is affecting Atlanta currently, how it will impact us in the future, and how you can make a difference now.

    Take a look at the great opportunities below. We look forward to taking part in these conversations with you.”

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