Enviva Continues to Destroy Natural Forests

In February, I threw on my rain jacket, grabbed our drone, and headed out in to the field with reporters from EenVandaag, a current affairs television program in the Netherlands with a daily broadcast watched by more than 1.5 million viewers. This was to be a journey that was similar to many that I have […]

Save the Okefenokee Swamp

Written in collaboration with Okefenokee Protection Alliance The Okefenokee Swamp is the largest blackwater wetlands in North America and one of the world’s largest intact freshwater ecosystems. Located in the southeast corner of Georgia, its wide range of habitats is home to a rich diversity of plants, birds, fish, and wildlife and includes the headwaters […]

The Fierce Urgency of Now

Written by Dr. Rev. Gerald Durley, Rev. Michael Malcom, and Rev. Kate Mosley In the first chapter of the book of Haggai the prophet says that God asks, “Is it time for you to live in your luxurious homes while my house is in ruins?” God goes on to ask, “How has that worked out […]

Stand4Forests on Conservation Day at the GA Capitol

Next week, Georgia forest lovers will join other environmentalists from across the state as they descend on the Capitol to support various bills and resolutions to protect our environment. This call to action is in response to Conservation Day at the Capitol, a project organized by our friends at the Georgia Water Coalition which brings […]

Photo of volunteer Chelsea Corbin

Major News Series Exposes the Biomass Controversy

2020 kicked off with important, major coverage of the wood pellet industry in two major North Carolina papers, the Raleigh News & Observer and the Durham Herald Sun. On the heels of our campaign victory achieved in the NC Clean Energy Plan in November, this is another significant break-through on biomass in North Carolina. These […]