Great Blue Heron

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

Coastal Georgia Climate Action Campaign

Compare how states are confronting the challenge
of reducing heat-trapping emissions.

We're working to put Georgia on the map
by joining the many responsible states
with clean-energy targets.

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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
    Family foundations and charitable trusts
    Individual donations that are tax deductible
  • Efficiently Managed Administrative Budget
      Carefully controlled expenses ensure effective use of limited funds
      Financially reviewed by a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) firm
      Because The Center is an IRS-designated 501[C] 3 organization, all donations are tax-deductible

    • Ignoring facts has dangerous consequences. The coronavirus outbreak must be controlled with science, just as climate-change impacts must be curbed with fact-based policies.
      • Political manipulation cannot protect us. Suppressing factual information threatens our health, quality of life, and future.
      • The politicization of information about COVID-19 and other threats will reduce trust and undermine the effectiveness of both public health advisories and environmental policies.
      • Actions Recommended:
        (a) Urge senators and representatives in Congress to ensure that Americans at risk are properly protected by restoring science in all aspects of government.
        (b) Talk to your local elected officials about the importance of science and accuracy in enforcement of ordinances, etc.
        (c) Discuss similar problems caused by disinformation and misinformation with your trusted colleagues, and (d) contact us about your concerns.

        Find your Congressional contacts at

    • Call your legislator(s)
    • Attend meetings
    • Speak out
    • Volunteer
    • Recruit support
    • Write comments


    • Resource Management • Coastal Issues
    • Governmental Associations • Climate Change / Sustainability
    • Environmental Education & Law

    Center For A Sustainable Coast • 221 Mallery St. Suite B • St. Simons Island, GA 31522
    Mobile: 912-689-4471 • Email:

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