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Where the 2018 Candidates Stand on Energy: Democratic Nominee for Florida Senator Bill Nelson

This post is the seventeenth in a series of blogs examining where the 2018 candidates for state and federal offices in the Southeast stand on key energy and climate issues. To read the candidate profile…

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Where the 2018 Candidates Stand on Energy: Democratic Nominee for Florida Governor Andrew Gillum

This post is the fifteenth in a series of blogs examining where the 2018 candidates for state and federal offices in theSoutheast stand on key energy and climate issues.  To read the candidate profile for Republican Nominee…

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Where the 2018 Candidates Stand on Energy: Republican Nominee for Florida Governor Ron DeSantis

This post is the fourteenth in a series of blogs examining where the 2018 candidates for state and federal offices in the Southeast stand on key energy and climate issues. To read the candidate profile…

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Florida Voters: Learn what candidates for office plan to do about sea level rise

  This blog was written by Kelsey Grentzer, former Florida Communications Coordinator at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy. Want to learn where your local candidates for office stand when it comes…

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Florida Kids Shouldn't Have to Litigate to Force Adults to Act on Climate

Kids shouldn’t have to go to court to get adults in Florida to act on climate change. Yet, that's what eight young Floridians have set out to do. Eight boys and girls,…

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Why Florida’s west coast needs a regional approach to address sea level rise, hurricanes and more

This blog was written by Kelsey Grentzer, former Florida Communications Coordinator at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy. With the Tampa area ranking as the most vulnerable metro area in the nation…

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New Websites Launched To Engage Florida Solar and Climate Voters

SACE is happy to announce we have launched two websites to engage Florida voters who believe we need to prioritize solar energy and climate change policy. Hot off the presses are FloridaSolarVoter.org…

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Turkey Point Reactors: Negligence, Litigation, and a "Pause"

There are a lot moving parts when it comes to both the existing and proposed nuclear reactors at FPL’s Turkey Point plant in south Florida. It can be hard to keep track…

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Florida municipal solar highlights first half of 2018

As we approach the middle of 2018, it seems appropriate to reflect on the first half of the year. We've seen some big solar projects announced so far this year like the…

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Hurricanes and Climate Change in South Florida: Brainstorming Solutions

This blog was written by Kelsey Grentzer, former Florida Communications Coordinator at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy. At a community gathering at Miami’s CIC, Radical Partners announced “100 Great Ideas” focused…