Critical climate and clean energy investments will create millions of good-paying jobs, lower energy costs for families, invest in disadvantaged communities and reduce climate pollution. Not only are Georgians demanding climate action now, with 76% of registered voters supporting Congressional action on climate change, they are experiencing the devastating impacts of climate change. In 2020, Tropical Storm Zeta alone cost Georgia more than $22 million, demonstrating precisely why Congress must act now and pass the Inflation Reduction Act to secure Georgia’s future. Here’s why Georgia needs the climate investments in the Inflation Reduction Act now: 

Voters in Georgia want solutions to the climate crisis.

Investing in clean energy means jobs for Georgia.

Georgians are already feeling the impacts of climate change.

If we do nothing, it will get worse for communities across the state and cost billions of dollars.

Climate change and fossil fuel pollution have a disproportionate impact on people of color in Georgia.