It’s taken almost a year, but we have completed our look at the Georgia Climate Project Roadmap. For those of you who joined us late, this is a list of 40 of the most important research questions (determined by a working group of about 60 Georgia scientists) facing scientists who are looking into how climate is changing in Georgia and what impacts it will have on the state, both its natural systems and its human infrastructure, including agriculture, economics, and health. If you are not in Georgia, most of these questions could also be asked of your own state or country. If you want to read more, you can search this blog for “Georgia Climate Project” to see individual blog posts, or visit https://roadmap.georgiaclimateproject.org/ to see the whole list. Thanks for coming along on the journey, and remember that this is just the start of the process, not the end.