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Learn About the Newly-Proposed Carbon Pollution Limits for Existing Power Plants

Jun 16, 2014

The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) is pleased to announce that the Southeast Coastal Climate Network's (SECCN) webinar series will continue with a presentation on the newly-proposed carbon pollution limits for existing power plants. These webinars are your opportunity to learn about emerging environmental regulations, clean energy technologies, opportunities and issues that SACE engages in everyday. On June 2nd the Environmental Protection Agency…

Residential Solar in North Carolina: What you need to know

May 29, 2014

The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) continues its webinar series with a presentation on residential solar in North Carolina. The presentation will provide valuable information on the options and tradeoffs for homeowners thinking about going solar in the Tar Heel state. It will also include overviews and insights into two Solarize Campaigns currently accelerating residential solar adoption for North Carolinians. This webinar will…

Southeast Coal Ash Website Tour

May 14, 2014

Coal ash, the toxic waste left behind when coal is burned for electricity, threatens clean air, water, and communities nationwide, thanks to woefully inadequate regulations and outdated disposal practices. The Southeast is home to 450 coal ash impoundments containing enough of the waste to cover 275,000 football fields one foot deep. Yet the public is largely unaware of the nation’s second largest industrial waste…

Webinar with co-authors of “Fukushima: The Story of a Nuclear Disaster”

Apr 29, 2014

Last month marked the third anniversary of the devastating earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan in March 2011 and triggered one of the largest nuclear disasters in history. Many continue to ask, “Could this happen here in the U.S.?” and are the “Lessons Learned” from Japan’s ongoing nuclear accident being properly analyzed and implemented? Find out by joining us on Tuesday, April 29, 2014…

Making Climate Change Local and Personal

Apr 16, 2014

The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) is pleased to announce that Southeast Coastal Climate Network's (SECCN) webinar series will continue with a presentation of one filmmaker's experience with framing local extreme weather events within the bigger global climate picture. These webinars are your opportunity to learn about climate and energy issues that SECCN engages in everyday. Join us for this webinar as we…

New Report Highlights How Big Power Company Influence Sets Energy Policy in Florida

Apr 8, 2014

The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) continues its webinar series with a presentation about a new report highlighting the corrupting influence of money in politics in Florida. These webinars are your opportunity to learn about emerging clean energy technologies, opportunities and issues that SACE engages in everyday. The nonpartisan government watchdog group Integrity Florida just released a research report titled “Power Play: Political…

What Upcoming Carbon Regulations Mean for the Southeast

Feb 26, 2014

The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) is pleased to announce that the Southeast Coastal Climate Network's (SECCN) webinar series will continue with a presentation on new carbon pollution limits for existing power plants. These webinars are your opportunity to learn about climate and energy issues that SECCN engages in everyday. In June of this year, the Environmental Protection Agency will propose the first-ever…

uPowerSC: Learn About The South Carolina Public Service Commission and Election Opportunities in 2014

Feb 3, 2014

The uPowerSC initiative is a statewide, grassroots initiative to educate and engage citizens in a meaningful way about the choices that impact consumers every day. uPowerSC is focused on educating citizens about what the Public Service Commission (PSC) does and how Commissioners are selected. The State Regulation of Public Utilities Review Committee (PURC) is accepting applications for three seats on the PSC from February…

The Costs of Importing Coal and Relying on Coal-Fired Energy

Jan 29, 2014

The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) continues its webinar series with a presentation on two Union of Concerned Scientists' (UCS) reports covering coal issues in the Southeast. These webinars are your opportunity to learn about emerging clean energy technologies, opportunities and issues that SACE engages in everyday. Experts Jeff Dyette and Rachel Cleetus, from UCS' Climate and Energy Program, will present the webinar…

SACE Introduction to TVA Integrated Resource Planning Process

Jan 8, 2014

The Tennessee Valley Authority is working on plans for our energy future and you can be involved! Southern Alliance for Clean Energy invites you to a webinar to learn about the TVA 2015 Integrated Resource Plan process. You’ll learn about why the IRP is important to you, the history of the plan, and how to stay involved as the process moves forward. Mark your…

Coal Ash: The Southeast’s Toxic Legacy

Nov 6, 2013

It's been almost five years since a coal ash impoundment failed at TVA’s Kingston Fossil Plant, flooding 300 acres with toxic sludge. Kingston may have put the spotlight on coal ash, but it is a problem in our backyards across the Southeast. Forty percent of the nation’s coal ash dumps are located in the Southeast, 450 sites in all, and many of these are…

Caring for God’s Creation through Climate Action

Oct 2, 2013

The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) is pleased to announce that Southeast Coastal Climate Network's (SECCN) webinar series will continue with a presentation on faith-based climate action in the Southeast. These webinars are your opportunity to learn about climate and energy issues that SECCN engages in everyday. Studies are confirming that man-made pollution fuels global warming and costly, even deadly, extreme weather events…
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