Advocate for Science
"They should really do something about this!" - said everyone at some point in their lives. But who is they? Where are they?
The truth is there is no they. There is only you and me. We're glad you are here to learn about topics you can advocate for, Georgia policy decisions and S&T opinions, and how to effectively advocate. We welcome your support!
Issues of Interest
Flu Fighters 2020
Wear your mask. Wash your hands. Get your Flu Shot.
To protect us all during these crazy times, its more important then ever to get your flu shot and encourage your neighbors to do the same. Here is information on the flu shot, and where to get it.
Red, blue, or purple - it doesn't matter your political affiliation. Voting is the one thing everyone can do and everyone should do. This month, along with several partners, we will offer plenty of information on voting to make sure you get out there and get your voice heard.
The beach is fun to visit. But year-round the ecosystem supports Georgian's livelihood and wildlife's vitality.
13% of Georgians are food insecure. This effects their health and well-being - trapping them in a cycle of poverty.
Food waste is the largest personal contributor to green house gasses. Composting is a simple solution.
SciTober Fest Featured Information
SciTober Fest featured some excellent speakers on the Environmental Impact on Health and Poverty, and on Children with Disabilities. Please check out what they talked about and how you can get involved.
State of Science in Georgia
Science for Georgia has developed a rubric to score legislation on use of science. Download our analysis of recent legislative sessions. Use the rubric to score legislation on your own.
Coming Soon! State of Georgia Science.
Check back for an interactive map on Georgia demographics and legislative activities.