by Claire Brantley The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently released a proposed rule entitled, “Increasing Consistency and Transparency in Considering Benefits and Costs in the Clean Air Act Rulemaking Process.” The rule was presented as a tool to increase...read more
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by Joel Porter In June, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported a 7.6% unemployment rate in North Carolina. Earlier this week the Raleigh News & Observer noted that 1.5 million utility accounts have gone unpaid during the pandemic, 1.3 million of which are...read more
MAHA’s support helps protect health of Fairfield Harbour community by Rachel McIntosh-Kastrinsky "We couldn’t have accomplished this without [MAHA’s] invaluable insight, help, and support,” said Cindy Pellegrini. In the summer of 2018, Medical Advocates for Healthy...read more
by Claire Brantley, Cole Jones, and Katie Jackson Clean Air Carolina is excited to introduce our 2020 summer interns! Claire Brantley, Cole Jones, and Katie Jackson will be working with us remotely all summer long on a variety of big projects and campaigns. Priority...read more