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News Release | Environment Georgia

Georgians Speak Out Against Fracking in the Chattahoochee National Forest

Gainesville, GA –Environment Georgia will deliver over 1,300 signatures opposed to fracking in the Chattahoochee National Forest today to Supervisor Betty Mathews, the new Forest Supervisor of the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest. The group started gathering signatures after newspapers reported test wells were being drilled near Dalton, GA, close to the Chattahoochee National Forest.

News Release | Environment Georgia

Marsh v. Land discussions on Jekyll Critical

Jekyll Island, GA—Today the Attorney General released an opinion on a recommendation that was produced by one of the taskforce’s working to rewrite Jekyll Island’s Master Plan. The recommendation found that the Island was over the 35% developed land mass limitation that is required by law.

News Release | Environment Georgia

Pres. Obama to Unveil Plan to Address Climate Change

Atlanta, GA—In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, record drought in many states, and wildfires in Colorado, Pres. Obama has announced he will unveil a climate action plan on Tuesday designed to cut the carbon pollution fueling global warming and advance clean energy solutions. Environment Georgia and many other organizations applauded the announcement.  

News Release | Environment Georgia

President Obama’s Climate Plan a Clear Victory for Georgia, Future Generations

Atlanta, GA – Today, President Obama announced a climate plan that will set limits on carbon pollution from power plants, advance energy efficiency, and increase the nation’s commitment to renewable energy. In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, downpours in Georgia, and wildfires in Colorado, the President’s plan to address global warming was loudly applauded by Environment Georgia and many others.

News Release | Environment Georgia Research & Policy Center

New report outlines vision for how Atlanta can become the South’s solar energy leader

Atlanta, GA—Environment Georgia Research and Policy Center today released a new report outlining Atlanta's huge potential to become the South's solar leader.

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