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Climate change in Tbilisi

Tbilisi is the capital of Georgia, a country that borders Russia, Turkey, and the Black Sea.

Population: 4,936,390 Land sq km: 69,700particulate matter emissions: 19.06 micrograms/cubic meter

Land use: Agricultural: 35%Urban population: 60.7% of total population

Increased air temperature throughout the year (Amiranashvili et. al. 131).

References

Air pollutionSoil pollutionHeavy water pollution(cia.gov/the-world-factbook/countries/georgia)

Georgia stats:

Urban forestsandair quality(Alpaidze & Pace 15).

Alpaidze, L.; Pace, R. Ecosystem Services Provided by Urban Forests in the Southern Caucasus Region: A Modeling Study inTbilisi, Georgia. Climate 2021, 9, 157. https://doi.org/10.3390/ cli9110157

Amiranashvili, A, et al. “COMPARISON OF THE MEAN MAX ANNUAL, SEASONAL AND MONTHLY AIR TEMPERATURE VARIABILITY IN TBILISI AND SHOVI IN 1956-2022 .” International Scientific Conference “Geophysical Processes in the Earth and Its Envelopes” Proceedings, 16 Nov. 2023, pp. 127–132.

“Georgia.” Central Intelligence Agency, Central Intelligence Agency, 14 Nov. 2023, www.cia.gov/the-world-factbook/countries/georgia/#environment.

Pollution

Tbilisi experiences air, water, and soil pollution. This is similar to many urban areas around the world.

Who has this impacted?

Tbilisi is mainly urban, the poor air quality has greatly impacted humans living in Tbilisi.

Urban forests

2 parks in Tbilisi underwent i-Tree Eco Model, one with almost 700 trees and the other with over 1000 trees. Both fall tremendously under the necessary amount for the population that lives around the two parks.

  • RED park
    • 4.6 t CO2
    • Removed 119.6 kg of pollutants
  • Expo park
    • 4.7 t CO2
    • Removed 90.3 kg of pollutants