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SELC believes that everyone in this region deserves to breathe clean air, drink clean water, and live in a healthy environment. Through the power of the law, this nonprofit organization gets consistently impressive results because we know how to work effectively in all three branches of government—and at the national, regional, state, and local levels—to create, strengthen, and enforce the laws and policies that determine the beauty and health of our environment.
Pollution from Industrial Animal Operations
Attorneys: Blakely Hildebrand, Geoff Gisler, Chandra Taylor, Jean Zhuang
Protecting Our Clean Water
Attorneys: Blan Holman, Geoff Gisler, Bill Sapp, Frank Holleman, Keith Johnston, Jonathan Gendzier, Mark Sabath, Kelly Moser
Attorneys: Lauren J. Bowen, David Neal, Blan Holman, Gudrun Thompson, Kurt Ebersbach, Jill Kysor, Christina Andreen Tidwell, Amanda Garcia, Hannah Coman, Will Cleveland
Attorneys: Sierra Weaver, Christopher K. DeScherer, Deborah M. Murray, Bill Sapp, Nat Mund, Derb S. Carter, Jr., Catherine Wannamaker, Mary Maclean Asbill, Brooks Rainey Pearson, Blakely Hildebrand
Risky and Unnecessary Natural Gas Pipelines Threaten Our Region
Attorneys: Greg Buppert, Gudrun Thompson, David Neal, D.J. Gerken, Amelia Burnette, Patrick Hunter, Jonathan Gendzier, Mark Sabath, Emily Wyche
Protecting Our Southern Appalachian National Forests
Attorneys: Amelia Burnette, D.J. Gerken, David W. Carr, Jr., Sam Evans, Patrick Hunter, Kristin Davis
World’s Only Wild Red Wolves in Jeopardy
Attorneys: Sierra Weaver, Derb S. Carter, Jr., Ramona McGee
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Winter Newsletter 2019/20
- Clean Water Act on the Ground
- Coal Company Wants to Mine Protected Lands on Cumberland Plateau
- Union Hill's Day in Court
- North Carolina Advancing Toward Quick Action on Strong Climate Change Plan