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Web Tools for Health and Environmental Data Collection

Communities that experience direct impacts of climate change, like those of North Carolina’s coastal plain during Superstorm Sandy, should participate in data collection and analysis, according to speakers at the 2015 HHS Climate Justice conference hosted at the...

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Clean air is his life’s work

The following was written by the Charlotte Observer's Karen Sullivan and published online on June 4, 2015: So much of what we do every day weighs on the region’s air quality, Terry Lansdell says. If we make good choices, pollution levels can drop. When we’re less...

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Fracking Linked to Lower Birth Weight

According to a recent study, living close to a high number of “fracked” natural gas wells may be linked to an increased risk of having a lower birth weight baby. Hydraulic Fracturing, or “fracking”, allows access to large volumes of natural gas trapped in shale...

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Clean Air Partners Celebrate New McDowell Ozone Garden

On May 28, in partnership with Mecklenburg County Parks and Recreation and Daimler Truck Financial, Clean Air Carolina celebrated the opening of its new bio-monitoring ozone garden at McDowell Nature Preserve in Charlotte. Students from Palisades Elementary...

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CAC Teams Up with EnergySage to Help You Go Solar!

We are thrilled to announce our new partnership with the online solar energy marketplace: EnergySage! This incredible service allows you to input the energy needs of your home, get a quote, and then shop around local installers who will compete for your business; this...

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Join the MAMA Summit in Raleigh, May 12

IT'S TIME TO STAND UP FOR OUR CHILDREN Moms Clean Air Force is partnering with Clean Air Carolina's Medical Advocates for Healthy Air, Raging Grannies and many more to offer the first North Carolina Mama Summit! Mama Summit Tuesday, May 12, 2015 9:00am-2:00pm State...

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Ride with Uber, Support Clean Air Carolina

This Earth Day, Clean Air Carolina has teamed up with Uber to challenge Charlotte communities to leave their keys at home and choose cleaner travel options to curb pollution and help improve air quality. Sign up and ride with Uber and they will donate $5 to Clean Air...

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