Environment Georgia Research and Policy Center's web site is designed to provide information on critical environmental issues and empower visitors to take action to protect the places we love and the environmental values we share. In order to serve you more effectively, some parts of the website may ask for your name, address, email address and other information. Providing this information is always optional. Environment Georgia Research and Policy Center respects your privacy and is committed to maintaining your confidence and trust. Our policy regarding the privacy of your personal information is as follows:
Any personal information we request is intended to help us improve the content of our site, to provide you with accurate information about your elected officials and the interactions you take part in, and to provide decision-makers with necessary information about who is speaking out on a particular issue. We may also provide this information to groups in our public interest network, but we will never sell your personal information or share it with outside organizations unless expressly noted.
If you choose to take action or make a financial contribution, your personal information will be encrypted through SSL/HTTPS, the industry standard technology used to protect sensitive data.
We sometimes contract with third-party vendors to perform functions including but not limited to data processing and credit-card processing. These third parties have access to your personal information only as needed to perform their services for Environment Georgia Research and Policy Center and are under legal obligation not to disclose that information or otherwise jeopardize its security.
If you take action, sign up for email alerts, or make a financial contribution to Environment Georgia Research and Policy Center online, you may receive periodic communications including but not limited to email, letters, newsletters and an annual report. At any time, you can unsubscribe from these communications by following the directions included in the communication or by contacting us.
After taking some actions online, you may be given the option to send a message to your friends, inviting them to take action as well. If you send a message to a friend, your name and email will be included in that message. We will not store your friend’s name or email address, nor will your friend receive communications from Environment Georgia Research and Policy Center unless he or she joins, takes action, or makes a contribution.
Our web server also collects anonymous information that we use to help diagnose problems with our server and to track web traffic on our site.