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Clean Air Carolina

We want to make sure every breath you take is good for you.

APRIL 11, 2019


Community College
Union Station


Clean Air Carolina’s annual NC BREATHE Conference provides an interactive forum for North Carolinians to share the latest research related to the impacts air pollution has on human health, the environment, and the economy, and to discuss the critical role policy making plays.

Air (E) Quality

Highlighting Environmental Justice in North Carolina


GUEST BLOG: On Losing Your Marbles

Guest blog by Bill Schlesinger, one of the nation’s leading ecologists and earth scientists and a passionate advocate for translating science for lay audiences. A member of the National Academy of Sciences, Bill has served as dean of the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke and president of the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies.

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We’re Hiring – Join Our Team!

Clean Air Carolina is seeking a dynamic team leader who will plan and direct a comprehensive fundraising program in alignment our mission and core values. See the full job description and learn how to apply.

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Sustainable Action Plans Gaining Ground in NC

A recent number of important city and state government actions will greatly help North Carolina reduce its carbon emissions in the coming years, starting with Governor Roy Cooper’s executive order to cut the state’s greenhouse gas emissions by 40 percent by 2025....

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PRESS RELEASE: Clean Air Carolina Executive Director June Blotnick issued the following statement applauding North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper’s announcement today of an executive order to address climate change and transition to a clean energy economy.

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Renewables are expected to supply 40 percent of the world’s electricity by 2040 but this transition to clean energy won't be enough to stop climate change. Governments have to be more forceful with new policy measures to reduce dangerous emissions.