Political Rewind: What are the biggest obstacles Georgia faces when it comes to climate change?

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Has this summer felt hotter than usual? Atlanta has experienced once-in-a-century heat over the past six months. However, as the world battles rising sea levels and increasing CO2 emissions, the Supreme Court limited the power of the EPA to regulate industry into addressing climate change. This climate episode of Georgia Public Broadcasting's Political Rewind podcast includes the UrbanHeatATL project and other Georgia Tech-related climate research, and features Marilyn A. Brown, Regents' and Brook Byers Professor of Sustainable Systems in the School of Public Policy. Brown is also co-founder of the Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance

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College of Sciences, EAS

College of Sciences, School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, School of Public Policy, UrbanHeatATL, climate change, urban heat, Marilyn A. Brown, Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance
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  • Created On: Jul 18, 2022 - 9:18am
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