With over 60 attendees, Clean Air Carolina and the Catawba Riverkeeper hosted its third annual Clean Air Clean Water Film Festival on October 25. This year we featured a series of films on a variety of topics relating to air and water, most positive, but all...read more
The U.S. Court of Appeals of the D.C. circuit heard oral arguments September 27 on the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Clean Power Plan. The Healthy Air Alliance of North Carolina, comprised of Moms Clean Air Force of N.C., Medical Advocates for Healthy Air,...read more
Fuel What Matters is about education and awareness. It’s also about choices. Daily choices. Just about every decision we make during the day has an impact on our environment. Multiply that by 7.4 billion human beings and there can be no doubt that human activity is...read more
North Carolina can realize health benefits of between $1,000,000 and $100,000,000 annually by adopting the Clean Power Plan, according to a Harvard University study published in PLOS One that monetizes the public health co-benefits from pollution reduction. The Clean...read more
The Healthy Air Alliance of North Carolina extends its gratitude to NC Senator Terry Van Duyn for working to protect the health of North Carolinians. Today, Senator Van Duyn filed SB 895 to protest recent North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) rule...read more
The NC General Assembly is back in session, and on World Asthma Day, Medical Advocates for Healthy Air and Mothers & Others for Clean Air joined the Moms Clean Air Force 2016 Mama Summit to talk with lawmakers about links between air pollution, climate change and...read more
Sign Up for our Action Alerts
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 email@example.com.