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GUEST BLOG: There’s Something in the Air -Mattie Marshall

Ross, Marshall, and Hughes have been dedicated to tracking the air quality of the west side using special monitors provided by Clean Air Carolina. As the first AirKeepers to use the new home monitors, they have served as citizen scientists and have been collecting, tracking, and helping to interpret the air quality data captured by their devices.

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Guest Blog: Duke Rate Hike Should be Denied

Duke Energy is under close scrutiny for a recently proposed rate hike to cover the costs of coal ash leaching and associated environmental remediation, grid modernization, and new gas plants. A number of advocacy groups, expert testimony on behalf of corporations Apple, Facebook, and Google, as well as various editorial pieces, have strongly criticized this proposition. The NC Utilities Commission should deny this request for a number of reasons.

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N.C. is ‘leading the check’ on Atlantic Coast Pipeline

If you haven’t heard yet, the Atlantic Coast Pipeline is not a done deal in North Carolina. Recently, Duke Energy and Dominion Energy spoke of the likelihood that the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) will soon begin pumping fracked shale gas from West Virginia and points...

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Contact Us about Your Air Quality Issues

Is there an air quality issue in your community or across the state that particularly concerns you? Get in touch with us. For general issues, or issues pertaining specifically to the Metrolina region, contact Clean Air Carolina’s Public Policy Manager, Terry Lansdell at terry@cleanaircarolina.org.

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