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EPA rule would lift pollution risk on drinking water for 20 million Southerners, 117 million in U.S.
Protecting the South’s Environment through the Power of the Law
Leverage. Leadership. Results: SELC has been the leading champion of the South’s air, water, and special places for almost three decades. Knowing how to work effectively in all three branches of government--and at the national, regional, state, and local levels--this non-profit organization has a powerful, flexible approach that consistently gets big results.
Reed Environmental Writing Award
The Reed Environmental Writing Award is given annually for published works in two categories, Non-fiction Book and Journalism, and is judged by some of the top environmental writers, journalists and activists of our time. Learn More
Alabama: Southern Exposure
Now in its fourth year, Southern Exposure is a film fellowship program created to raise awareness about Alabama's rich natural resources—and the most important environmental issues facing them today.
Meeting EPA’s proposed carbon pollution standards
Attorneys: Frank Rambo, Angela Navarro, Blan Holman, Kurt Ebersbach, Gudrun Thompson
Proposed Natural Gas Pipeline Threatens Scenic Western Virginia
Attorneys: Greg Buppert, Kate Boudouris, Sarah A. Francisco
Protecting Our Southern Appalachian National Forests
Attorneys: Amelia Burnette, D.J. Gerken, David W. Carr, Jr., Patrick Hunter, Sam Evans, Sarah A. Francisco
Protecting Water Quality in North Carolina
Attorneys: Julie Youngman, Mary Maclean Asbill, Will Hendrick, Chandra Taylor
Energy Efficiency: The Cleanest, Cheapest Energy Resource
Attorneys: Angela Navarro, Blan Holman, Gudrun Thompson, Katie Chiles Ottenweller, Keith Johnston, Kurt Ebersbach, Myra Blake, Sarah Fort
Spring Newsletter 2015
- SELC Seeks to Shield Mid- and South Atlantic Coast From Offshore Drilling
- Solar Settlement Bodes Well for South Carolina
- Major Coal Ash Victory in South Carolina
- SELC to Congress: Citizen Enforcement More Essential Than Ever