Medical Advocates for Healthy Air recently joined the Concerned Citizens of Richmond County (CCRC) and The Dogwood Alliance for the Rally for Health and Environmental Justice. The rally was held in Dobbins Heights, a small, low-income, predominately African American...read more
While federal climate policies seem to be taking a leave of absence from reality, here in North Carolina, we have three great legislative proposals to support. You can join your fellow North Carolinians in supporting these proposals that will further our state’s leadership in addressing climate change by adding your name to our supporting sign-on letters.read more
Declaring climate change to be the greatest public health challenge we are facing today, the American Public Health Association’s (APHA) Science Board has designated 2017 as the Year of Climate Change and Health. Education Resources Beginning with the February 16...read more
The surprising link between air pollution and Alzheimer’s disease (LA Times, 1/31/17) With environmental regulations expected to come under heavy fire from the Trump administration, new research offers powerful evidence of a link between air pollution and dementia...read more
Clean Air Carolina is a proud partner of the Repower Our Schools coalition. Charlotte community members gathered to support renewable energy for NC schools at a Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Board meeting on Tuesday, January 24th. The school board is seeking more...read more
Over 100 people came out to Clean Air Carolina's Making Air Visible event held at CPCC's Tate Hall in Charlotte on Tuesday, December 6. CAC hosted two national speakers who presented on the quickly expanding field of research using portable sensors to collect...read more
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Join fellow North Carolinians in supporting the state legislative proposals listed above that will further our state's leadership in addressing climate change - add your name to Clean Air Carolina's sign-on letters and contact your state legislators.
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.