Year: 2009

Amory Lovins Presentation on Climate

“Profitable Solutions to Climate, Oil, and Proliferation” Join the presentation by the person Time Magazine called “one of the Western world’s most influential energy thinkers.” Rocky Mountain Institute’s Co-founder, Chairman and...

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Climate Change Forum in Greensboro

Global Climate Change: North Carolina Here and Now The League of Women Voters of North Carolina and Piedmont Triad will host a community dialogue on global climate change challenges which will include a distinguished panel of experts: Tancred Miller NC DEHNR, Division...

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Charlotte Vigil in Support of Climate Summit

Charlotte Greenpeace is hosting a peaceful family-friendly candlelight vigil in support of this month’s climate action by world leaders.  Let’s all get together and show our support!  The vigil will be held at the corner of Trade and Tryon Streets in...

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Schools Receive Grant to Reduce Diesel Pollution

Clean Air Carolina (CAC), in partnership with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) and Union County Public Schools (UCPS), received a $536,000 grant to reduce diesel emissions from school buses and fuel trucks. A joint press conference was held at Matthews Elementary...

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Green Energy Economy Forum

Clear Air Carolina is co-sponsoring an important gathering, high-quality educational sessions, timely discussions and valuable networking opportunities focused on GROWING NORTH CAROLINA’S GREEN ENERGY ECONOMY: Learning, Connecting & Creating Opportunities...

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Charlotte Ranked 8th Smoggiest City in 2009

According to the American Lung Association’s 2009 State of the Air report, the Charlotte metro region ranks eighth highest among the nation’s smoggiest cities, up from last year’s thirteenth spot. Once again, the report gives Mecklenburg County a failing grade for its...

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