Welcome to the new News Feed

Your source for environmental news in the South

We’ve redesigned SELC’s News Feed with you in mind.

Publishing content that you care about has always been a top priority, and now we’ve made it easier to explore the latest environmental news across the Southeast.

The redesigned news feed homepage highlights breaking news, features essential stories, incorporates SELC’s social stream, and suggests recommended articles. New features allow more emphasis on the photography and media that are so important for illustrating the people and places affected by the environmental issues we’re tackling. Throughout the News Feed, recommended stories are available so you can learn more about the issues important to you, and share them using our social sharing tools.

During this time of unprecedented attempts to dismantle environmental protections, SELC is known as a trusted source for news due to our deep expertise in law and policy, local presence throughout our six states, and a more than 30-year track record of working successfully in both friendly and hostile times. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for breaking news and updates and sign up to receive important emails to make sure you’re always up to date.
 

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Virginia officials reject Dominion IRP and ACP construction halted

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Endangered red wolves get immediate reprieve, still need urgent action

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced that it will delay changes to regulations governing the management of endangered wild red wolves whi...

Coastal voices go unheeded as Trump administration approves seismic blasting permits

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Birmingham City Council applauded for opposition to Cahaba Beach Road project

Last week, the Birmingham City Council unanimously passed a resolution to oppose Cahaba Beach Road, a proposed project which would allow the Alab...

Agreement reached on Chemours’ North Carolina pollution

An agreement signed today requires longtime polluter Chemours to start cutting back on the toxins it’s sending into the Cape Fear River. The cons...

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