Giving Georgia's Environment Its Day in Court! July 2013
Historic Energy Plan Positions Georgia as Clean Energy Leader in Southeast
GreenLaw intervened in the recent Integrated Resource Planning proceeding in which the Georgia Public Service Commission, (PSC), voted to approve Georgia Power's proposal to retire 20% of its coal plants and added a new program to bring 525 megawatts, (MW), of solar power and 250 MW of wind power to Georgia by 2016.
GreenLaw's Patterns of Pollution report is a tool in convincing county commissioners to pass Fulton County zoning amendment that will require additional scrutiny of new businesses seeking pollution permits near environmentally-stressed residential communities.
'Fevered' Book Signing & Author Discussion Sept. 1 - Decatur Book Festival
GreenLaw is co-sponsoring a Decatur Book Festival event. Author Linda Marsa will be talking about her new book on climate change and its health impact, Fevered: Why A Hotter Planet Will Hurt Our Health and How We Can Save Ourselves.
Sunday September 1, First Baptist Church Decatur, 308 Clairemont Avenue.