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Scary Stuff Blocking Solar in the Sunshine State

I am constantly amazed at how low Florida’s monopoly utilities are willing to go to protect their right to pollute and keep their captive customers.  Frankly, it’s scary and that seems very…

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Globally Warming Oceans Are Killing Coral Reefs

The third-ever global coral bleaching event is killing coral reefs and the many creatures that rely upon them worldwide. Hot global temperatures are heating up the oceans, and are compounded by a…

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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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Extra Extra! Clean Power Plan Finally Published!

Almost 2 and a half months after the Clean Power Plan was released, it has finally become the law of the land. Today, the Clean Power Plan was published in the Federal…

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Guest Post: Clean Power Plan Can Boost Energy Efficiency Investments in Affordable Housing

This Guest Post was written by Khalil Shahyd, Project Manager, Urban Solutions for the Natural Resources Defense Council and originally appeared on NRDC's Switchboard Blog.  One of the overlooked elements in President Obama's Clean…

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Labor and the Clean Power Plan: More Jobs, More Justice

This guest post was written by Dean Hubbard and Alejandra Núñez of the Sierra Club and originally appeared in the Sierra Club's Compass blog. You can find the original post here. The Spanish version…

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Justicia Económica y el Plan de Energía Limpia: Más Empleos, Más Justicia

This guest post was written by Dean Hubbard and Alejandra Núñez of the Sierra Club and originally appeared in the Sierra Club's Compass blog. You can find the original post here. The English version of the blog can be found…

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A People's Movement Takes Widespread Action on Climate Around the Southeast and Nation Today

This post is part of the “Prelude to Paris” series highlighting updates and analysis on international climate negotiations in the lead up to the United Nations climate change conference – the 21st…

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Is Climate Change Actually a Threat to National Security?

In last night's Democratic Party presidential debate, two of the five candidates on stage--Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley--said that climate change is one of the greatest threats to the United States' national…

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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…