SELC, partner groups urge continued protections for endangered species

The U.S Fish & Wildlife Service’s (USFWS) and National Marine Fisheries Service’s (NMFS) joint proposals to gut protections for endangered specie...

Speak up now to oppose destructive $2.2 billion 540 toll project

In the midst of recovery from Hurricane Florence, the North Carolina Department of Transportation has submitted an application for permits so tha...

Southern Currents: The Chattooga River

SELC and our partners are committed to protecting clean water across the South. Right now, D.C. politicians are looking to undo safeguards that p...

Georgia Power ignores rising costs, partner concerns to force Vogtle forward

Late yesterday, Georgia-based Oglethorpe Power Corporation voted to move forward with the ill-fated Vogtle nuclear expansion project despite sign...

Pipeline construction halted in National Forests

With SELC’s appeal of the U.S. Forest Service’s permit for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline still before the courts, a panel of judges late yesterday...

As floodwaters persist, threats from Florence grow

More than a week after Hurricane Florence hit the North Carolina coast, the devastating reality is that more flooding is expected as rivers conti...

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