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COVID-19 has made our world both smaller and more globally connected at the same time. Read more >>

To ensure cleaner air quality for all North Carolinians through education and advocacy and by working with our partners to reduce sources of pollution.

While Consumers Suffer, Duke Energy Looks to Profit

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...

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MAHA Puts Out Fire

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...

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Meet Our 2020 Interns

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...

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“What if we were already living through a corona-like event, only in slow motion, so that it was much harder to see in the moment.”

Can the lessons we’re learning from the pandemic help us overcome the climate crisis? @nclcv
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5 days ago
While millions of households are struggling to pay their utility bills, Duke Energy looks to cash in on pandemic relief funds. #NoShutOffs
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The two biggest health crises we face are COVID-19 and climate change. And it’s increasingly clear that the two crises are exacerbating each other. https://t.co/tMTSt5ouKh
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Local communities rely on #NEPA to understand how big projects could impact the air they breathe and the water they drink. We must stand up and defend our right to have a say over what happens in our own backyards. #ProtectNEPA
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