Category: Carbon

CAC Interns on the Airwaves with Francene Morris

On Monday, July 18, the Clean Air Carolina’s Citizen Science Team headed over to the Beasley Media Group in Charlotte for our shot at prime time (well, if prime time were actually 6:00 am on Saturdays and Sundays). We were meeting Francene Morris of the Francene Marie...

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Clean Air Staff and Interns Carpool to Raleigh

Bright and early last Wednesday morning, we loaded up the Clean Air Carolina Carpool-mobile in Charlotte and headed off to the state’s capitol. This was a first time meeting for the Citizen Science Intern team and our Chapel Hill intern working with Medical Advocates...

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Citizen Scientist: Biofuel forests for the future

[Written by Bill Schlesinger] The U.S. Senate seems determined to declare the substitution of wood for coal as a positive step to minimize the potential for global climate change. Under the Senate’s latest version of the energy bill, the various states, as they...

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How Laws, Regulations Cleaned Our Air

The Clean Air Act (CAA) was signed by President Richard Nixon on Dec. 31, 1970, to regulate air emissions from stationary and mobile sources. Before its passage, smog—a combination of ground-level ozone and particle pollution—posed a significant problem for many U.S....

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