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Clean Air Carolina

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

APRIL 11, 2019

CAPE FEAR

Community College
Union Station

Wilmington

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.

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Air (E) Quality

Highlighting Environmental Justice in North Carolina

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Clean Air for Kids Ozone Gardens Coming to Raleigh

By Pamela Grundy, Co-Manager, Clean Air for Kids Last week, I had the pleasure of traveling from Charlotte to Raleigh to start the expansion of our Clean Air for Kids program. For the past five years, Clean Air for Kids has built ozone gardens and presented clean air...

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Guest Blog: Time is of the essence

Key findings from two critical reports on climate change By: Dorothy Rawleigh Climate change will continue to cause increasing temperatures, extremes of precipitation, flooding events, catastrophic wildfires, ocean acidification and warming, according to the Fourth...

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Join Our Team – We’re Hiring!

Development Manager - Full Time Clean Air Carolina (CAC) is seeking a dynamic team leader who will plan and direct a comprehensive fundraising program in alignment with CAC’s mission and core values. The Development Manager will oversee all revenue generating...

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2019 NC BREATHE Registration & Poster Submission Now Open

The annual NC BREATHE Conference will be held on April 11 at Cape Fear Community College in Wilmington, NC. The one day conference brings together academics, students, medical and health professionals, state, federal and local environmental agencies and community...

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6 days ago
We are proud to partner with @selc_org on this important work! https://t.co/xTp6Dn9jml
2 weeks ago
We started our first @wcpss ozone garden this morning with the help of student citizen scientists @River_Bend_MS! https://t.co/blKoIWsCPv