Bill Nye Wants Georgia to Vote for Science

Bill Nye Wants Georgia to Vote for Science

Not only is the water in Georgia rising, but the land is sinking, making marginalized communities susceptible to health and economic disparity — here’s why Bill Nye wants residents to #VoteForScience this year.

Early voting in Georgia has begun, and science is on the ballot. Georgia is among the most at-risk states for flooding as both the water rises and the land sinks; sea levels could rise up to 4 feet over the next century.

Climate change will lead to higher rates of health and economic disparity for marginalized communities. ‘Georgia has a chance to lead the world,’ explains Bill Nye.

‘We can address climate change, address the pandemic, and address civil rights.’

Georgians can request absentee or mail-in ballots through October 30.

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