by Pamela Grundy and Andrew Whelan As part of our ongoing effort to make air pollution visible, Clean Air Carolina has built and maintained dozens of ozone gardens at schools and other venues through our Clean Air for Kids program. Last week, we brought our campaign...read more
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by Daniel Parkhurst This month Clean Air Carolina, represented by the Southern Environmental Law Center (SELC) and the Environmental Integrity Project (EIP), won a settlement with Enviva Hamlet and the NC Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) that will result in a...read more
by Bill Schlesinger Nearly everyone likes trees—for various reasons, not the least of which is that trees remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, potentially mitigating global warming. A campaign by the Nature Conservancy hopes to plant a billion trees during the...read more
by Andrew Whelan For most people the connection between health and air pollution is easy to grasp. But what about health and climate change? “When we think of climate change, we don’t often think about how it affects children and adults with respiratory issues,” says...read more
We're co-sponsoring a joint ozone-bird-pollinator garden at the NC Executive Mansion! The garden will make #airpollution visible while providing food for #birds, #butterflies, and other #pollinators. Read more at https://t.co/CapPKtUlGY
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The Charlotte Sustainability Summit is this Saturday at @UNCCCenterCity. Don't miss our workshop on using #citizenscience to tackle #environmentaljustice challenges! Learn more and register at https://t.co/E8see5u1IQ
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New Hanover County residents are still looking for answers on GenX contamination.