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Where the Candidates Stand On Energy: Republican Nominee for President of the United States Donald Trump

In this blog, we examine the policies and positions of Donald Trump, the incumbent and Republican nominee for President of the United States. Also in this series we profile Joe Biden, former…

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Florida Should Make Oil Industry Pay Fair Share of Climate Change Impacts They Caused

Floridians are already feeling the heat and paying the price for climate change which the oil industry caused

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"An Ounce of Prevention" Can Save Lives and Money

Trusting good science, taking strong action, and getting out in front of a problem is critical to avoiding catastrophe – for both the COVID-19 pandemic and the crisis awaiting us down the…

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Honoring Kristin Jacobs: A Climate Champion

As a long-time Broward County Commissioner and more recently a state representative, Kristin took on complex regulatory and policy matters. She leaves a long legacy of environmental stewardship – initiating the ground-breaking…

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Economic Stimulus Package: An Opportunity to Protect Americans from Coronavirus Impacts AND Protect Clean Energy Jobs

Because Congress is considering a third coronavirus aid package, specifically focused on economic stimulus in addition to the billions already allocated as part of a major coronavirus emergency aid package for healthcare…

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Florida’s power regulators can help consumers save money by setting sensible conservation goals

This op-ed, written by SACE staff Susan Glickman & George Cavros, originally appeared on TheInvadingSea.com (a collaboration of four South Florida media organizations — the South Florida Sun Sentinel, Miami Herald, Palm…

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PACE Can Spur Expansion of Clean Energy in Florida

Florida is continuing its clean energy leadership with the expansion of Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing to more cities and counties across the state. This innovative financing model advances many of…

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Now is Exactly the Time to have that Discussion about Climate Change

This column appeared in the September 15th edition of the Tampa Bay Times here. As a native Floridian, I chose to ride out Hurricane Irma in my hometown of Tampa - just…

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Solar Amendment Implementation Moving Along

Thanks to lots of hard work by solar supporters across the state of Florida, legislation to implement Amendment 4 – which passed with 73% of the vote on the August ballot –…

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Energy matters. It powers our lives.

This guest post is the first column of the series titled "Energy Matters" published by Miami Community Newspapers. To view the original article, go here.  Susan Glickman is the Florida Director of…