On October 25th, community members from around New Orleans came together to make a statement that we need action against climate change. Much like the Step It Up events in the past, the 350 event focused on the need to reduce the carbon in our atmosphere to 350 parts-per-million. Citizens gathered at Congo Square in Read more about Gulf South Solar Provides Power for the 350 Event in NOLA[…]
The Baton Rouge Green Crawl was designed to introduce Baton Rouge residents to our green businesses and resources in a fun relaxed atmosphere. Even with threatening thunderstorms looming all day before the event, we had a huge turnout and fantastic weather! The Baton Rouge Green Crawl’s founders are Jeff Shaw and Ann Shaneyfelt of Gulf South Read more about Baton Rouge Green Crawl a Success![…]
The Baton Rouge Green Crawl is an event designed to introduce Baton Rouge residents to our city’s green resources, green developments, and green businesses.
On the 1st day of Hurricane season, residents of the Lower 9th Ward, New Orleans City Councilmen and many environmental leaders are gathering at the Bayou Beinvenue Cypress Triangle Platform in the Lower 9th Ward to speak out to ask the Corps to make the protection of our communities top priority. For more information see: www.mrgomustgo.org. Gulf South Read more about Rally for Restoration[…]
Over 50 Environmental leaders from all over Louisiana came out to the Capital on Tuesday, May 26th to learn about important environmental legislation that is being considered by the Louisiana House and Senate. […]
Ann Shaneyfelt, a Sierra Club Executive Committee Member and Gulf South Solar Employee, wrote an article for the Delta Sierran. The article is titled “Solar Tax Credits Demystified”. To view this article in PDF format, click here.