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The Economic Benefits of Solar Power

Fossil fuels (especially coal and natural gas) are still the largest source of energy in the United States. Together, they accounted for 59% of the total electricity generation in the country in 2020. The air pollution fossil fuels cause every year is aggravating climate change and endangering the health of millions of people. In 2018, […]

Big Media Year For Southern Forests, Communities, & Justice

The world is waking up to the realities of the climate crisis, environmental injustice, and the importance of forests. And now, the news media spotlight is growing brighter and brighter on the Southern United States. Our Home the South The South is home to some of the most beautiful and biodiverse places on Earth. But […]

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The Economic Impact of Enviva in North Carolina

Guest post by Amber Skinner From protecting the atmosphere to providing homes for many organisms, forests are crucial for humans and the planet. Recent innovations allow us to use forms of renewable energy such as wind, solar, and geothermal. With meaningful investment, these will soon replace fossil fuels as main energy sources and lower pollution […]

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Release: Southern Communities for a Green New Deal

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – March 10, 2021 Media contact: Carina Daniels, [email protected], 510-847-1617 In the wake of the South’s fatal winter storm, over 160 organizations endorse Southern Communities for a Green New Deal Platform  Platform builds on the Green New Deal to center frontline communities in the South FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – In the wake of the […]

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Stand4Forests Report Series: Busting Logging Industry Myths

Forests in the United States play a critical role in addressing the climate emergency, protecting biodiversity, and safe-guarding our communities across the US. Unfortunately, the climate movement often misunderstands how we actually protect US forests. This disconnect leads to the inclusion of widespread and misleading industry narratives into climate policy at all levels of government. […]

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