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Align RNG Spells Health & Equity Problems for Eastern NC

by Joel Porter A new alliance of what could be considered strange bedfellows is emerging here in North Carolina. In Duplin and Sampson counties, the energy industry is joining forces with the agriculture industry on what they have been saying is “for the good of the...

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Call for Student Abstracts for NC BREATHE 2021

Registration is open for our sixth annual NC BREATHE conference! NC BREATHE 2021 will bring together a diverse group of North Carolinians to discuss current issues at the intersection of health, equity, and the climate crisis. Join the virtual conversation on April 6...

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New Report Outlines How Duke Energy Can Meet Its Climate Goals

by Joel Porter North Carolina’s roadmap for meaningful climate action must include Duke Energy. The electricity sector is the largest single source of greenhouse gas emissions in the state, and Duke Energy is the biggest energy producer. It’s why the recent, ambitious...

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A Proven Plan for North Carolina Climate Action

Solving the climate crisis is going to require all of us working together. Nobody, and no state, can do it alone. Earlier this week Clean Air Carolina, along with our partners at the North Carolina Coastal Federation and SELC, filed a petition with the N.C....

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Inspire Climate Action in Your Community

  Want to become a climate advocate but don’t know where to start? Join Clean Air Carolina and ecoAmerica March 16 – 17, for our North Carolina Climate Ambassadors Program! This virtual workshop will equip you with the knowledge, hands-on experience, and...

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Announcing the 2020 Blue Sky Award Winners

We’re excited to announce the winners of our 2020 Blue Sky Awards! Each year Clean Air Carolina honors individuals, organizations, and partners who have shown extraordinary commitment to tackling the climate crisis and improving North Carolina’s air quality. On this...

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Sustainable Development Panel Discussion

On October 27th, Clean Air Carolina hosted an interactive, virtual panel discussion on designing resilient cities in the face of pandemics and climate change. Clean Air Carolina board member and Odell architect Allison Shockley was moderator for the panel of experts....

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