by Kelby Welsh, Robert Wear, and Emma Frantz Earlier this month we took a field trip to the EPA’s Research Triangle Park campus. It was a hot July day — the kind of day that makes you feel as if your skin is melting, and if you stand outside for too long you’ll be...read more
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by Emma Frantz While the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates increasingly highlight climate change solutions in their platforms, and President Trump attempts to roll back existing climate and energy policies, Medical Advocates for Healthy Air (MAHA) is standing...read more
by Kasantha Moodley and George Wyeth In ways that did not exist even ten years ago, everyday people are acting as scientists: contributing their time and data to make notable discoveries, answer lingering questions, and develop awareness. Motivated by technology...read more
by Daniel Parkhurst As you may have seen from our recent posts about the wood pellet industry in North Carolina, Clean Air Carolina is working hard to reduce dangerous emissions from Enviva and other biomass producers. Manufacturing wood pellets releases air...read more