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Citizen Scientists Map Uptown Charlotte on July 12!

Citizen science is a term that has been thrown around a lot recently, but what does it mean exactly? Technically, citizen science is scientific work undertaken by members of the general public, often in collaboration with or under the direction of professional...

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Meet MAHA Intern: Clementine Sraha

Clementine Sraha is interning with Medical Advocates for Healthy Air through Duke University’s Stanback Internship Program, a program of the Nicholas School of the Environment. In addition to helping MAHA educate medical and health professionals about new research on...

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Clean Air Carolina Visits Mecklenburg County Air Quality

On Monday, June 20th the Citizen Science Team was back at it. This time they were meeting with Mecklenburg County Air Quality at their new state of the art Suttle Avenue building, a perfectly fitting location overlooking the uptown skyline, and too, the gentle morning...

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Clean Air Staff and Interns Carpool to Raleigh

Bright and early last Wednesday morning, we loaded up the Clean Air Carolina Carpool-mobile in Charlotte and headed off to the state’s capitol. This was a first time meeting for the Citizen Science Intern team and our Chapel Hill intern working with Medical Advocates...

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Meet Our Clean Air Summer Interns

Hi! My name is Margo Stockdale and I am one of the summer interns here at Clean Air Carolina. I’m a sophomore at Davidson College and was connected to Clean Air Carolina through a program called Sustainability Scholars! I’m originally from Atlanta, GA, but I’m living...

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