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Another Option in the Toolbox for National Climate Action is Being Targeted by Industry

If climate change deniers see it as a threat to their efforts to stymie climate action, then you know it's a powerful tool. Clean Air Act Section 115, which has never been used…

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What Presidential Candidates Said About Climate Change in the Florida Debates This Week

The hosts of this week's presidential debates in Miami did a service to the people of Florida by listening to the call of the 21 Florida mayors who requested the moderators to…

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Florida Communities Want to Talk Climate in the Presidential Debates

UPDATE, March 11: Questions on climate change were posed in both the Democratic and Republican debates this week. See the details on our blog post here. Sea level rise is contributing to…

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Honoring Black History Month and the Path Towards Energy Justice: Creating a Climate for Change

This is the fifth and final post in our 2016 Black History Month blog series honoring advocates and highlighting opportunities to advance energy justice. To read other blogs in this series, click…

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What Does Scalia’s Passing Mean for the ‘Paused’ Clean Power Plan?

Kailie Melchior, SACE's Communications Research Intern, co-wrote this blog. America’s first regulation aimed at reigning in carbon pollution from our nation's power sector may avoid some of the increasing politicization of our…

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Guest Post: What's Next for the Clean Power Plan?

This post was written by the David Doniger, Director of the Natural Resources Defense Council's Climate and Clean Air Program and originally appeared on NRDC's Switchboard blog. You can view the original post…

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Clean Power Plan Hits Speed Bump in Unprecedented Move by Supreme Court

In today's world of heightened political theatre, it's hard to be surprised anymore. Yesterday, however, the Supreme Court surprised many by agreeing to stay implementation of the Clean Power Plan before the…

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How Clean Energy and Birds Can Coexist

This post originally appeared on the Audubon website. Clean energy—led by solar and wind power—is expanding quickly both in the U.S. and abroad, thanks to the economic opportunities they present as well as the momentum…

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President Obama emphasizes climate legacy in SOTU, but will he earn it?

SACE staffer Sarah Gilliam contributed to this blogpost. Last night, President Obama delivered his final State of the Union address, which strongly emphasized the role he hopes that having acted on climate…

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2015 Registers As 2nd Hottest Year On Record in U.S.

2015 was the second hottest year on record in the United States, according to news released yesterday by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The 2015 annual average U.S. temperature was…