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Polling Shows Hispanic Voters Support Climate Action

In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, SACE will be posting a series of blogs highlighting issues that impact Latino communities throughout the Southeast. This is the third blog in this series.…

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A Clean, Green Job-Creating Machine

Information in this blog was taken from an in-person interview with Dana Dorsey of the Memphis Bioworks Foundation as well as information included in an article on her work in High Ground…

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Environmental Justice In the Clean Power Plan

This guest post was written by Leslie Fields, Director of Sierra Club's Environmental Justice and Community Partnerships Program, and Alejandra Nuñez, Staff Attorney for the Sierra Club's Environmental Law Program. This post…

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La Justicia Ambiental en el Plan de Energía Limpia

This guest post was written by Leslie Fields, Director of Sierra Club's Environmental Justice and Community Partnerships Program, and Alejandra Nuñez, Staff Attorney for the Sierra Club's Environmental Law Program. This post originally appeared…

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Frank Talk: Pope Francis Calls for Bold Actions Against "Culture of Waste" at United Nations

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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Frank Talk: Pope Francis Calls for "Courageous Actions" on Poverty, Environment

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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The Road to Paris and Beyond: Your Guide to This Fall’s UN Climate Negotiations

This is a guest excerpt from Oxfam America, based on a post co-authored by Heather Coleman, Climate Change Policy Manager at Oxfam America, and Vicky Rateau, GROW Campaign Manager at Oxfam America. The original…

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5 Reasons Utilities Are Hating on Their Solar-Producing Customers

This is a guest post by John Farrell, who is the Director of Democratic Energy at the Institute for Local Self-Reliance and widely known as the guru of distributed energy. The original…

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Climate Change and Our Health - Protecting Our Most Vulnerable Communities

This guest blog was written by Madeleine Taylor, Executive Director of the Memphis Branch of the NAACP. Just as we march to preserve our right to vote and to ensure that our children…

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#Katrina10: Climate Change and a Renewed Call for Justice

At the Climate Justice Convergence at Dillard University on the occasion of 10 years passing since Hurricane Katrina, a who’s who of environmental justice “marathoners” addressed a new generation of environmental justice…