Included in House Bill 589 are proposed programs that could encourage both businesses and residents in our state to utilize solar energy. These programs allow large energy consumers such as the military and UNC university systems to purchase reasonably priced solar energy, encourage homeowners and renters to be able to tap into community solar initiatives, and renewables will be more accessible through rebates and solar panel leasing opportunities.read more
Richmond County, NC needs your help to stop a biomass wood pellet facility that is riddled with asthma-inducing health impacts, is not wanted by the community, threatens to destroy natural hardwood forests, and is a terrible environmental injustice. Enviva, the...read more
The vision of a modern energy grid that includes renewables, coupled with broadband internet and sensors that measure air and water pollution and transmit health data, signaled a point of bipartisan agreement at the NC Rural Center’s Rural Day meeting, which took...read more
Have you been concerned about an air quality issue in your community but weren’t sure what you could do about it? Have you wanted to speak out about the impacts of air pollution and climate change but didn’t know who to approach? Clean Air Carolina’s new advocacy...read more
URGENT: Protect our vulnerable communities from hog waste odors! Ask Governor Cooper to veto H467, Agriculture and Forestry Nuisance Remedies by May 6! If a business moved into your neighborhood and subsequently emitted odors so noxious that you no longer could spend...read more
Duke Energy is proposing to add more bromide pollution at its Marshall facility, despite the fact that bromide has caused cancer-causing toxins to appear in treated drinking water supplies downstream in Charlotte and other communities in North Carolina as outlined in...read more
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