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SACE | Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

Advocate For Climate Action

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Learn About Climate Change State by State in the Southeast

The climate is changing due to excess levels of carbon dioxide pollution and the impacts are already being felt in some parts of the Southeast. In a warmer climate, our region is expected to experience more flooding, heat waves, and droughts, all of which have negative effects on industry and our communities. While the challenges are significant, we do have abundant solutions. Click below [ MORE » ]
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Track Local Sources of Climate Pollution

An interactive website developed by the Environmental Protection Agency provides citizens with an easy-to-use tool to track the total annual greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the more than 6,700 power plants, oil refineries and industrial facilities located around the country and in our backyard. These large industrial emitters, collectively responsible for billions of tons of climate-disrupting pollution, account for 80% of the US’s total [ MORE » ]
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Join the Florida Climate Alliance

Florida’s 1,300 miles of coastline are at great risk due to the impacts of a changing climate. Sea level rise, severe weather, wildlife die-offs, and destruction of our valued wetland landscapes threaten Florida’s robust economy and its way of life. For these reasons, it is more important than ever to educate elected officials and fellow citizens about what is at stake and how we [ MORE » ]
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Join the Southeast Coastal Climate Network

With thousands of miles of coastline at risk to the impacts of a changing climate, it is more important than ever to educate elected officials and fellow citizens about what is at stake and how we can prevent worst-case scenarios from becoming reality. The Southeast Coastal Climate Network (SECCN) is a coalition of citizens and more than 55 organizations from Maryland to Louisiana calling [ MORE » ]