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Environment Politics

Hands Across the Sand

May 18, 2017

350 Pensacola and Oceana to Host Hands Across the Sand Event on Pensacola Beach Event to Oppose New Efforts to Expand Dirty and Dangerous Offshore Drilling Pensacola, FL– Conservation groups 350 Pensacola and Oceana will host…


Environmental justice advocate, Open Books today

November 4, 2016

PENSACOLA—Environmental justice advocate Hilton Kelley visits Pensacola to share the story of his internationally-known battle to stop pollution of communities along the Texas coast. Kelley is a recipient of the Goldman Environmental Prize, which honors grassroots…


Foo Foo Podcast: Pensacola Clean Energy Fest

October 9, 2015

Bringing together visionary artists, the Clean Energy Fest is celebrating the future of clean energy through live music, food, art competitions and much more at the historic Sacred Heart Hospital Building on 12th Ave., in the…


Escambia County Commission considers fracking ban

August 20, 2015

Press release: Escambia County is poised to consider a resolution calling for a statewide ban on hydraulic fracturing, acid fracturing, and well stimulation performed for the purposes of exploration or production of oil or natural gas.…


Hurricanes, Climate Change, and Stronger Storms

June 19, 2015

Dr. Roger Jones shares his expertise on the science behind more frequent and intense storms. The heart of hurricane season is approaching, and scientists predict that Earth’s changing climate will create more of the most powerful…


Bike Fest Call for Funky Bikes

March 7, 2015

The Funky Bike Fest calls for creative people of all ages to get your funky bicycles ready to show off to the people of Pensacola. Get a head start and start designing now. The fun takes…


Coal Ash Stories Film Screening, Nov. 10

October 28, 2014

350 Pensacola hosts this screening of Coal Ash Stories, a compilation of four short documentary films focused on coal ash, public health concerns, and policy with a question and answer discussion to follow. The 30-minute film…