What's At Stake? Water Quality • Beaches • Marshes • Wildlife • Fisheries & Outdoor Recreation
Good Jobs & Economic Opportunity • Quality of Life • Coastal Character
Fair, Responsive & Effective Government • Lasting Beauty & Health of Georgia's Coast

Spaceport Camden
  • Spaceport comments, July 2017
  • Draft Environmental Impact Statement on "Spaceport Camden"
    Public hearings on this impact statement to be held April 11 and 12 in Kingsland, Georgia at the Recreation Center.

    • New information disclosed on March 22 indicates that claims made in the "draft EIS" greatly understate the "hazard area" for launches. Even for the smallest rockets - in use and anticipated - the hazard zone is actually more than DOUBLE the width evaluated in the draft environmental impact statement. On that basis alone, the current EIS must be rejected and a new, accurate assessment must be produced - using objective evaluation of FACTS! ( For more, see Center Facebook page )

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  • Our Purpose
  • What the Center Stands For:
          Defending the public's quality of life
          Protecting natural beauty of Georgia's coast

    • Funding Sources
    • Limited Administrative Costs

  • Recommended guidance re. Jekyll Island Capacity Study, emailed to consultants, Sand Hill Studios by Center for a Sustainable Coast, May 1, 2018
  • Reduce avoidable coastal storm damage, Savannah Now by Center for a Sustainable Coast, January 31, 2018 February 26, 2018
  • Center for a Sustainable Coast Staff Commentary on Coastal Issues Published in 2017 - February 26, 2018
  • SPEAKING TRUTH TO POWER - A commemorative compilation of selected published commentary on important coastal Georgia environmental issues - December 22, 2017
  • Climate change must be confronted in Georgia - The Saporta Report by Guest Columnist David Kyler, Center Executive Director - October 1, 2017
  • Climate change must be confronted in Georgia - Letter to The Brunswick News by Center Executive Director David Kyler - September 19, 2017
  • Nuclear energy is too expensive - Letter to the editor SavannahNow by Center Executive Director David Kyler - September 17, 2017
  • Center Endorsement of the Off Fossil Fuels for a Better Future Act by Center Executive Director David Kyler - September 7, 2017
  • Letter to House NR Committee re Coal Ash Regulation, Aug. 2017 by Center Executive Director David Kyler.
  • Spaceport comments, July 2017 by Center Executive Director David Kyler.
  • 20th Anniversary Interview of Center's Executive Director. "Environmental Protection + Responsible Stewardship = Strong Economy" Connect Savannah June 14, 2017; posted August 22, 2017
  • Letter to Secretary Zinke, Dept. of Interior, Docket No. BOEM-2017-0050, Requests for Information: Preparation of 2019-2024 National Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Leasing Program by Center Executive Director David Kyler - July 20, 2017
  • Opportunists distort science The Augusta Chronicle LTE by Center Executive Director David Kyler - April 30, 2017
  • Clean, Efficient Energy Is Most Promising Path To New Jobs & Profits Like The Dewby Center Executive Director David Kyler - March 2017
  • REDEFINING PROGRESS: Coastal Georgia threatened by poorly evaluated business activities....more David Kyler, Director - Center for a Sustainable Coast, March 28, 2017
  • Coastal Georgia will suffer under proposed Trump budget...more David Kyler, Savannah Now 3/26/2017
  • Healthy environment favors robust economy...more David Kyler, Savannah Now 4/16/2017
  • Willis LTE on Pipeline Bill ...more Savannah Now March 2017
  • Outcomes of gov't job creation must be monitored...more OpEd Bwk News 2/1/2017
  • Preserving Cumberland is imperative...more
  • National Interest Demands Reform of Energy Policy...more

  • Sea Level Rise & Climate Change
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  • The Center for a Sustainable Coast is celebrating our 20th year of defending Georgia's coast Saturday June 17, 2017...more
  • Hands Across the Sand Coming to Tybee on May 20th
  • The Center's event, "Climate Change and the Future of Coastal Georgia" featured in a recent news story.
  • Climate Change and the Future of Coastal Georgia-November Event
  • Climate Conference Exhibit
  • Center director featured as speaker at TEDx event
  • Center comments on risks of toxic pollution caused by LCP site.
  • Center disputes claims for $700 million Savannah port project.
  • Forum on Media & Georgia's Environment
  • AJC Editorial on the Proposed EPA Water Rule
  • Published Commentary 2016
  • Coastal Georgia Update May 2016
  • Coastal Georgia Update January 2016
  • Coastal Georgia Issues 2015
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  • Center Published Commentary 2014
  • "An Earth-Day Reader 2014"
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