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 Review Deeply Flawed April 2018
  • 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

  • Sea Level Rise & Climate Change
  • Coal Ash Legal Fund
  • Responsible, Accountable Government
  • Coal Ash Disposal
  • Energy and Climate Change
  • Water Protection
  • Coastal Management
  • Jekyll Island Redevelop. Issues
  • Coastal Development
  • Environmental Edu / Values
  • Barrier Island Protection
  • Reporting on Conditions, Trends & Issues

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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

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

  • The State of Georgia's Coast: 2009 Update
  • Published Commentary By Center for a Sustainable Coast On Issues Related to Cumberland Island National Seashore
  • Sustainability Indicators for Coastal Georgia
  • Staff Commentary on Coastal Issues Published in 2017
  • All responsible for the future - LTE / Savannah Now by David Kyler, Center for a Sustainable Coast - August 17, 2018
  • Renewable Energy an Urgent Necessity - Guest Column / Coastal Courier by David Kyler, Center for a Sustainable Coast - July 28, 2018
  • Coastal Properties at Big Risk - Letter / The Augusta Chronicle by David Kyler, Center for a Sustainable Coast - July 6, 2018
  • Hidden costs of dirty energy are high LTE Savannah Now, May 2018
  • Holding Big Oil accountable for deceptive tactics - OPINION / The Times-Union by David Kyler, Center for a Sustainable Coast - April 6, 2018
  • Climate Change - Public Opinion Survey April 2018
  • Protections Against Toxic Coal Ash April 2018
  • Vital Truths The Brunswick News April 2018
  • Speaking Truth to Power: Celebrating the first 20 years of the Center for a Sustainable Coast 1997-2017
  • Center Highlights of Activities & Accomplishments June 1997-June 2017
  • Staff Commentary on Coastal Issues 2017
  • Current Newsletter/Updates & Archive
  • Opinion Columns
  • Other Publications / Research

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