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A roadmap for climate research in Georgia

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A multi-disciplinary team of experts from across Georgia led by Rollins environmental health instructor Daniel Rochberg has developed the “Georgia Climate Research Roadmap,” a first-of-its-kind list of 40 key research questions that can help policymakers and practitioners better understand and address climate change in Georgia. The roadmap is a non-partisan initiative of the Georgia Climate Project, a statewide consortium founded by Emory University, Georgia Institute of Technology, and University of Georgia to improve understanding of climate impacts and solutions in Georgia.

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