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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

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

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EPA’s Clean Power Plan: A Positive Step Towards Energy Equity

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

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Pope Francis’ Historic Visit to the U.S. Will Be a Climate Game-Changer

 This is a guest post by Ted Glick, who has devoted 42 years of his life to the progressive social change movement. The original post can be viewed here. Just in time, hopefully,…

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The Potential for Solar to Power Low-Income, Minority Communities

This guest blog by Marvin Smith with Future 500 was originally posted here.  Solar power is on the rise faster than a Steph Curry shot. Not only is its adoption exceeding predictions, but…

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Can we talk? Here’s the conversation African Americans need to have about climate change

This guest post, by Danielle Hilton and Seandra Pope, was originally published on Grist on July 8. You can see the original post here. Last year, the African-American author and commentator Charles…

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EPA Launches New Environmental Justice Mapping Tool

Below is a guest post from Stephanie Maddin, Legislative Counsel for Earthjustice. SACE chose to share this post to draw attention to this new resource provided by EPA, as well as the…

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In Memory of a Creation Care Champion: SACE Mourns the Loss of Sen. Clementa Pinckney

The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy offers our condolences to all those affected by the tragic massacre at Charleston, South Carolina's Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church on Wednesday night. One person killed that…