About 200 Georgians Met with Legislators Urging Passage of Critical Coal Ash Legislation

On February 15, over 200 Georgians gathered in Atlanta for Capitol Conservation Day. They met directly with legislators to urge them to support proposed protections for Georgia’s pristine water resources.

“Dirty Dozen” 2016 presents yet another strike against coal-fired Plant Hammond

A new report, released on November 16, explains the concerning weaknesses of Georgia’s water pollution permits. When these permits are inevitably strengthened to limit mercury, arsenic, lead, and other toxic discharges from Georgia Power’s power plants, it will make even less economic sense to run Plant Hammond – and Georgia’s water will be safer. The [...]

Who made Georgia’s Dirty Dozen list? Coal and nuclear plants, that’s who!

Last week Georgia’s leading water protection group, the Georgia Water Coalition, of which Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) is an active partner, announced the “Dirty Dozen” for 2013, highlighting 12 of the year’s worst offenses to Georgia’s waters. The annual Dirty Dozen report shines a spotlight on state policies and failures that ultimately harm [...]