Port Coalition Campaign


Despite the documented unmet housing needs, seven years after Hurricane Katrina, Mississippi redirected $600 million of housing funds to support a massive

project known as the “Port of the Future. The State of Mississippi proposed to transform Gulfport, a niche banana port, into a super-sized facility that would “rival the Port of Los Angeles”. READ MORE

Cherokee Concerned Citizens 


The goal of the Cherokee Concerned Citizens, is to build the capacity of environmental justice leadership in front-line communities impacted by oil-chemical pollution.  Residents of Cherokee subdivision in Pascagoula participate in the program. READ MORE

Improving Resiliency through Non-structural Mitigation

 Steps Coalition is convening a series of planning meetings in 2017 to develop a plan to ensure our communities have the resources they need to mitigate, adapt, and recover from future disasters through stakeholder education and advocacy for non-structural mitigation programs and policies.


Solar Together Campaign



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  • Dominic DeLeo
    published this page in What We Do 2015-08-29 15:16:38 -0500
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