Clean air depends on a clean transportation system. It’s time to change the way we move our kids, ourselves, and our goods from place to place. Help Clean Air Carolina fight for zero-emission vehicles to help improve North Carolina’s environment, economy and the...read more
The American Lung Association sent a letter calling for strong clean cars and standards to protect public health from air pollution and climate change. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration need to hear from...read more
In a big win for climate and clean air, the Federal Highway Administration today responded to a lawsuit brought by environmental groups by reinstating a federal rule requiring state and local planners to account for and curb carbon pollution from cars and trucks on...read more
Clean Air Carolina, represented by the Southern Environmental Law Center, filed suit along with Natural Resources Defense Council and U.S. Public Interest Research Group against the Federal Highway Administration on July 31st for unlawful suspension of a final greenhouse gas (GHG) regulation that would require states to measure and set reduction targets for GHGs emitted by on-road vehicles on the national highway system (the GHG measure). The suspension was done without notice or opportunity for public comment.read more
Two wrongs don’t make a right. Taking toxic landfill wastewater accumulating for years and then blasting it through a high-speed fan that turns it into tiny particles in the air is a public health concern. North Carolinians should have the opportunity to weigh in on...read more
The North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is restructuring the Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) with a new charter and purpose. Previously, the SAB focused solely on air quality issues, but with a broader range of issues arising, DEQ is expanding the...read more
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org.