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Halloween Costume Guide: The Tricks and Treats of Fighting for Clean Energy

This blog was written by Alissa Jean Schafer and Sarah Gilliam, with creative contributions from Angela Garrone and Sara Barczak. Here at SACE, we work very hard to move the Southeast towards clean energy…

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SC Mayor's Perspective on Flood: One Time Event? Or Wake Up Call?

This guest post, by Billy Keyserling, Mayor of Beaufort, SC, originally appeared in his October 9 newsletter. SACE applauds Mayor Keyserling and the Beaufort/Port Royal Sea Level Rise Task Force for the…

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#Katrina10: Climate Change and a Renewed Call for Justice

This blog was written by Amelia Shenstone, former Regional Advocacy Director with the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.

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Climate Change is Risky for Business in the Southeast

Yesterday, a new report was released from the Risky Business Project about the economic threats to the Southeastern U.S. posed by climate change. The report, titled, Come Heat and High Water, highlights that the…

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Powering Through Key West Hurricanes at Ruben Valdez’s Solar Home

This guest blog is the fifth in a series on diversity in the solar energy field in Florida and was written for the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy by Alissa Jean Schafer, Marketing…

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See How Climate Change Impacts Your State

SACE just released updated, state-specific fact sheets detailing the impacts that climate change is having on six Southeast states. The new fact sheets are available for Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida,…

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King Tide Draws High Seas and Climate Champions to Miami Beach

Update: Photos from the 2014 King Tide Event on October 9 can be viewed here. Miami Beach will host some high profile visitors tomorrow as U.S. EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy, U.S. Senator…

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Florida Scientists Speak with Gov. Scott about Climate Change

NOTICE: If you want to hear about the meeting from the scientists themselves, view SACE's webinar by clicking here. If you'd like to read a similar blog in Spanish click here. Today, a group…

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Hurricane Iselle no big deal to Hawaii's wind farms

On August 8th, Tropical Storm Iselle struck Hawaii. As the storm made its way across the Big Island, wind speeds dropped to about 50 miles per hour. Julio, a second tropical cyclone that…

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Will Hurricanes Iselle and Julio Destroy Hawaii's Wind Farms?

Hawaii is preparing for a hurricane double-hitter over the next several days. Hurricane Iselle, which is due to make landfall on Thursday, is followed closely by Hurricane Julio, which may (or may…