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Teaching Climate Action

by Joel Porter Evidence of climate change is everywhere these days: a steady stream of alarming reports about extreme wildfires, “super” storms, droughts, floods, crop failures, displaced climate refugees, and more. This information can often be overwhelming –...

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Help Advance Climate Solutions at State of the Climate 2020

by June Blotnick If there was ever a time to stand with us in the fight against climate change, that time is now. Please join Clean Air Carolina on Thursday, November 12 for State of the Climate 2020, a special 12-hour online Giving Day in support of clean air and...

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ECU Joins Clean Construction Partnership

by Chad Carwein Universities regularly undergo construction to address the needs of the community and improve the education and training they provide. Every day, individuals from all walks of life visit university campuses. It may be for their own education, to attend...

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Cool Globes CLT Virtual Challenge

Visit the Cool Globes exhibit in uptown Charlotte and send us a picture of you with your favorite globe and you will be entered into a monthly drawing to win a free Clean Air Carolina t-shirt!

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GUEST BLOG: Hiking with a Mask

by Allison Navarro Clean Air Carolina board member Allison Navarro lives in Colorado for part of the year. In this blog she shares how the impact of climate change has altered one of her favorite outdoor activities—hiking in the Rockies.  It is said that people...

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Making Sure You Count

Responding to the 2020 Census Helps NC’s Health, Environment, and Economy by Joel Porter Among our ever changing priorities as we continue to navigate the pandemic, responding to the 2020 Census probably does not top most people’s lists. The last census (2010),...

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