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Green New Deal: an Energy Policy, a Climate Movement, or Both?

For more than a decade writers, advocates, and even politicians have been discussing the need for broad-reaching, ambitious policy that addresses climate change in a way that transforms our entire economy. Today the…

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Happy New Year!

What are our motivations, year after year, to do what we do? The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy family reflects and looks forward to a clean energy future in 2019.

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Year in Review: The Best Clean Energy Wins of 2018

As the year comes to a close, SACE reflects on the progress we've seen toward a clean energy future in the Southeast and beyond in 2018.

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Moving Forward with Optimism

With your support, SACE is fully aware, fully prepared, and fully engaged to take advantage of every policy opportunity, inform and engage stakeholders from communities in every socioeconomic sector, and promote smart energy choices that WILL lead to a clean, safe, and healthy future.

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National Climate Assessment Signals Big Impacts for Southeast

The new National Climate Assessment released Friday, November 23, describes how the impacts of climate change affecting the U.S. now and in the future. In this post, we focus on the four major impacts the report cites for the Southeast.

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Faith Communities Must Take a Stand for a Livable Climate

This is a guest post by Taylor Allred, Executive Coordinator for South Carolina Interfaith Power and Light (SCIPL). The post was originally published on SCIPL’s website here. South Carolina Interfaith Power & Light…

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NC Gov. Roy Cooper Takes Big Steps in Climate Protection

Last week, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper issued an executive order to protect North Carolinians' public health and environment, and grow the state's economy by taking action on climate change. The executive…

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This Sunday and Monday, Show Your Support for "the Climate Kids"

On this upcoming Sunday and Monday, October 28-29, there will be rallies all over the Southeast to support the twenty-one youth plaintiffs suing the federal government in order to create a national…

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Hurricane Michael and Climate Change: What We Know

It’s hard to believe we are writing another blog about another big hurricane headed towards the Southeast not even a month after Hurricane Florence struck the Carolinas. But we are! If you are in the path of Hurricane Michael, here are tips to stay safe from the Department of Homeland Security.

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SACE Florida Director Susan Glickman named one of Florida's most influential leaders

Congrats to our Florida Director, Susan Glickman, who was just named to Florida Trend's Florida 500 – a list of the 500 most influential Floridians. Susan has worked with the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy since 2001…