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1SkyFlorida activists and allies march for clean energy in holiday parade

This blogpost was guest written by Coky Michel, Mary-Joe Castells, Chris Castro and Andrea Cuccaro, 1SkyFlorida's Organizer (a program of the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy) Every year on the Sunday following…

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Rep. Blackburn (TN) leads the charge to undermine the Clean Air Act

As the swearing-in ceremonies for the 112th Congress were wrapping up on Capitol Hill yesterday, Tennessee's Rep. Marsha Blackburn, a long-time foe of clean air and energy laws, was already re-introducing legislation…

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Global Warming Fact Sheets NOW in Spanish

VEA NUESTROS BLOG EN ESPANOL Southern Alliance for Clean Energy is now releasing Spanish versions of our newly created, state specific, global warming fact sheets.  Through these translated materials, SACE is continuing…

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Hojas Informativas Sobre Calentamiento Global, AHORA en Espanol

Read this blog in ENGLISH. La Alianza Sureña Para Energía Limpia (Southern Alliance for Clean Energy – SACE) está publicando en español sus nuevas hojas informativas sobre el calentamiento global, especificas a…

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EPA Greenhouse Gas Limits to Take Effect in 2011

Despite what you may have heard about the United States’ continuing failure to address the dangers of global climate change, on January 2, 2011 greenhouse gases (GHGs) will, for the first time…

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Cancun climate talks inspire and disappoint, near-term opportunities at hand

This post was co-authored by SACE's Board Chair, John Noel; Anne Blair, SACE's Diesel and Bioenergy Program Manager; and Jennifer Rennicks, SACE's Federal Policy Director. Last week I had the opportunity to…

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Climate conversations in Cancun crawling along

As we pass the half-way mark in this year's annual U.N. climate change talks, the differences abound between the current negotiations in Cancun, Mexico and those which concluded last December in Copenhagen,…

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Pondering the impacts of Climategate one year later

One year ago this week, in late November 2009, more than 1,000 stolen e-mails from scientists at England's University of East Anglia were made public. Climate skeptics, eager to find evidence of…

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What could the 2010 midterms mean for climate and energy policy in the Southeast?

Although a few races are still being determined with recounts and write-in ballots, the vast majority of the 2010 midterm races have been decided. Here, in the eight Southeastern states that SACE…

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What is a Florida TV station hiding when it comes to climate? (VIDEOS)

re-posted from 1Sky's Skywriter Blog on October 29, 2010 Post from Andrea Cuccaro, 1Sky Florida and South Carolina organizer We need five minutes from our friends in Florida to write a letter…