Category: Medical Advocates for Healthy Air

Help Deepen Our Impact in 2017

2016 has been Clean Air Carolina’s biggest year yet. Watch our short video for highlights of some of our greatest accomplishments and consider being a part of making 2017 even bigger and better. Join us today. We’ve harnessed innovative events, cutting edge...

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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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Attend the 2016 NC BREATHE Conference

Friday, April 8, 2016 8:00 am – 5:00 pm UNC Charlotte Center City 320 E. 9th Street, Charlotte REGISTER @ Join us for this free one-day conference to discuss the latest research related to the impacts air pollution has on human health,...

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2016 NC BREATHE Conference in Charlotte, April 8

Be a part of the 2nd Annual NC BREATHE Conference; a one-day event which will examine health and economic factors influenced by air quality in the state, as well as provide a discussion forum on how policy can bring about change not only in the health of its citizens,...

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EPA Ozone Standard Better, but Not Low Enough

[Joint Press Release] On October 1, the EPA released a new ozone rule that will reduce the allowable level of ozone in our air from 75 parts per billion to 70 ppb. While the rule is a good first step towards protecting public health, it comes as HB 765, which repeals...

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H765 and Air Quality: Jones Street has it in for the Joneses

Air pollution impacts our lives in surprising ways, and some of the worst impacts don’t happen all at once, but as a gradual accumulation of stresses. Unfortunately, a bill currently being negotiated in the NC General Assembly boosts the harms of air pollution in just this way: a series of weakening changes that add up to bigger risks to our kids, our families, and ourselves.

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NC Children Affected by Air Pollution

The Clean Power Plan, released yesterday by the Obama administration, has the potential to make a great impact on the health of North Carolinians. Sanaa Brown, an elementary school student in Charlotte, NC, became part of the ten percent of North Carolina children...

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