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 […]

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Happy World Wetlands Day

This World Wetlands Day we’re celebrating and bringing attention to wetlands as a source of freshwater. We’re also encouraging actions to restore, protect, and stop their loss. Water and wetlands are connected in a coexistence that is vital to life, our wellbeing, and the health of our planet. The contribution of wetlands to the quantity […]

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 […]

Ecosystem Services In Pee Dee Watershed At Risk From Biomass

There are over 35 million acres of wetland forests in the 14 states of the US South, providing critical ecosystem services, like cleaning air, filtering water, and protecting communities from floods. We know that, on average, natural wetland forests left standing, not logged, are worth over $18,000 per acre. That doesn’t exactly tell us what […]