On Endangered Species Day, 22 Georgia groups urge the Biden Administration to take immediate action for North Atlantic right whales

Brunswick, Georgia—Today, on Endangered Species Day, a coalition of Georgia-based conservation organizations, ecotour businesses, concerned scientists, and other groups came together to urge the Biden Administration to take swift action on behalf of the North Atlantic right whale, one of the most critically endangered species on the planet. 

Locals from Swamp Counties Present to Governor and Legislators a Petition to Protect the Okefenokee

Local residents from Charlton, Glynn, Wayne, and Ware counties will be at the Capitol on Monday, January 29 to present a petition signed by more than 500 residents of Southeast Georgia. Signers have expressed their for the support the passage of House Bill 71, the Okefenokee Protection Act and urge state officials to act to restrict future mining along Trail Ridge.

Groups release data demonstrating ‘warehouse takeover’ of coastal Georgia – Coastal residents are encouraged to contribute their own data

COASTAL GEORGIA – One Hundred Miles, Ogeechee Riverkeeper, and other local nonprofit organizations are sounding the alarm about haphazard warehouse development and the industrialization of coastal Georgia. Their concerns lie not with local manufacturing and outlet warehouses, but with freight storage, known as distribution centers, and the lack of oversight into the impact that these large concrete complexes are having on local communities.

One Hundred Miles and City Residents File Suit to Defend Glynn Avenue Design Framework

BRUNSWICK, GA—One Hundred Miles and seven residents of Marshview Condominiums filed suit today in an attempt to require developer Vassa Cate and Maritime Homes to comply with adopted city codes and the Glynn Avenue Design Framework on a 30-acre planned development along Highway 17.  

Routes of Change: Experiencing and Protecting Georgia’s 100-mile Coast

Markus Pukonen hasn’t been in a bus, car, train, plane, or ferry boat since July 2015, when he began his motorless circumnavigation of the world. Originally from Toronto, Canada, Markus seeks to create social and environmental change through filmmaking, adventure, and, occasionally, pogo-sticking.