Campaigns/Projects

Port Coalition Campaign

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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 

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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.

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Solar Together Campaign

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