Partnership is core to who we are and why we are able to achieve such impressive results. We are honored to have represented and worked alongside over 300 local, state, national, and international partner organizations.
Together with our strong and impressive partners, we deliver landmark results securing clean water protections, stopping offshore drilling, saving wildlife ranging from red wolves to right whales, tackling unneeded gas pipelines, retiring coal plants, and advancing clean energy solutions.
Read about past and ongoing partners who are making a tremendous difference across the South. There’s no limit to what we can do when we work together.
For years the voices of the Phillips Community in the Highway 41 update process were overlooked. Groups in the partnership, including SELC, saw that we were worthwhile to save, worth fighting for.Richard Habersham, Phillips Community Association president
SELC Senior Attorney Greg Buppert and Friends of Nelson celebrating the Atlantic Coast Pipeline victory.
Renee Cail and Jennifer Wilson of Citizens for a Healthy and Safe Environment with SELC Senior Attorney April Lipscomb.
Making a difference
How we’re partnering to keep the Lumber River and the community that depends on it safeREAD MORE
Celebrating historic recognition of Virginia’s Pine Grove School with former students and the communityREAD MORE
A look at how leaders of Union Hill came together to stop the Atlantic Coast PipelineREAD MORE
Black Warrior Riverkeeper and environmental leader Nelson Brooke is one of our most important partnersREAD MORE
In their own words
No Movement is a person. No victory is won by one organization. Movements are made, led, and built by People Power all over. @MemphisCAP_org is so grateful to @selc_org for being our guides, lawyers, and supporters in the environmental justice fight. https://t.co/gkWxfVtL9z— Justin J. Pearson (@Justinjpearson) August 31, 2021
So thankful for our partners at @MobileBaykeeper and @selc_org for their years of work telling Alabama Power to #MoveYourAsh! https://t.co/PLze0jJ9tW— Alabama Rivers Alliance (@AlabamaRivers) July 20, 2022