Month: June 2014

Climate Toolkit for Media Relations

Are you nervous about speaking to the press on climate change? Unsure what language to use, how to frame the conversation? Here’s some help: as members of the Public Health Caucus of the Southeast Climate & Energy Network (SCEN), we have helped develop a...

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Help Solarize Charlotte This Summer

We at Clean Air Carolina hope that you are enjoying the nice summer sun! We would like to share an amazing opportunity available to Charlotte residents this summer thanks to Solarize Charlotte. This group has signed up more than 350 homeowners for free solar...

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EPA rules bring critical protection to children

With temperatures now hitting 90 degrees, it’s clear that another long summer has arrived. This season brings an increased number of weather-related illnesses, especially in vulnerable populations like the very young and the elderly. In the past few years,...

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Meet Duke Stanback Intern: Gina Daniel

We are excited to have Gina helping with our Clean Air Carolina programs in our Charlotte office this summer. 1) Tell us a little about where you are from, what you are studying, and your favorite “green” tip. I have lived in Charlotte, NC for 18 years.  I...

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Meet Duke Stanback Intern: Hilary Bowman

We are excited to have Hilary working for our Medical Advocates for Healthy Air program from our Chapel Hill office this summer. 1) Tell us a little about where you are from, what you are studying, and your favorite “green” tip. I’m from Southern...

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Webinar: Climate & Health Vulnerability in NC

Sponsored by Medical Advocates for Healthy Air, this webinar was held LIVE on August 6, 2014. About the Webinar Goal: Provides medical and public health professionals a context regarding the scope of health impacts of climate in North Carolina, and offer ways to...

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