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Everyone has the right to breathe clean, healthy air

Add your voice to the thousands of North Carolinians who support our efforts for clean, healthy air from the mountains to the sea. Our statewide strategic partnerships, hands-on educational programs, and policy-driven initiatives rely on charitable contributions from individuals like you.

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To advocate for the health of all North Carolinians by pursuing equitable and collaborative solutions that address climate change and air pollution.

A Proven Plan for North Carolina Climate Action

Solving the climate crisis is going to require all of us working together. Nobody, and no state, can do it alone. Earlier this week Clean Air Carolina, along with our partners at the North Carolina Coastal Federation and SELC, filed a petition with the N.C....

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Inspire Climate Action in Your Community

  Want to become a climate advocate but don’t know where to start? Join Clean Air Carolina and ecoAmerica March 16 – 17, for our North Carolina Climate Ambassadors Program! This virtual workshop will equip you with the knowledge, hands-on experience, and...

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4 days ago
No state can solve the climate crisis by itself. But North Carolina can meet the carbon reductions we need by partnering with other states.

Hear why CAC, @NCCoastalFed, and @selc_org are urging NC to join our neighbors in #RGGI in the @newsobserver:
https://t.co/dlI32thCL3
4 days ago
The Biden White House is "preparing to focus on global warming in a way no other administration has done before."
https://t.co/gYNN7HPahE
2 weeks ago
All Carolina families deserve affordable, clean, healthy, and equitable energy. And while @DukeEnergy has set some ambitious climate goals for itself, it’s worth asking how the company plans to meet those goals.
2 weeks ago
No state can solve the climate crisis by itself. That’s why CAC, @NCCoastalFed, and @selc_org are urging North Carolina to join our neighboring states in an emissions trading program and curb our carbon pollution. #RGGI