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NC Leaders Come Together to Praise New Carbon Pollution Standards

Representative Pricey Harrison, along with leaders from the public health, business, faith and academic communities, will host a telephone news conference on Monday, June 2, at 1PM to discuss a newly announced Presidential proposal to limit the carbon pollution from power plants causing climate change and to outline the positive impacts of that decision, as well as accompanying energy efficiency and clean energy investments, for North Carolina.

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Kids in a Changing Climate: What YOU Need to Know

Join us for a Town Hall Panel Discussion, Kids in a Changing Climate: What Parents Need to Know, and learn about the health impacts of climate change on children and the importance of strong standards on carbon pollution from power plants. When: Thursday, May 29; 6:30...

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A Warming World Threatens North Carolina’s Wildlife Legacy

Many of us feel that we grew up in a different time – where our long summers were spent in the woods, the creek, or by the local swimming hole. Our grandparents took us fishing in pristine lakes and we nosily peeked into bird nests with bright blue robin eggs. This...

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New Initiative Expands Fast for the Climate

A new initiative was launched internationally on May 1, 2014 to expand the Fast for the Climate begun by Philippine delegate to the IPCC talks, Naderev Yeb Saño. Many international organizations, faith groups, youth and environmental groups now form a coalition to...

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Protect Net Metering and Solar Energy in North Carolina

Despite the many benefits that net metering provides to ratepayers and the utility grid, Duke Energy plans to seek a weakening of North Carolina’s existing net metering standards. If successful, Duke Energy’s efforts will stifle investment and competition and create...

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Taking Passion & Activism to the Next Level

Please join Clean Air Carolina, Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation, and the NC Conservation Network for a workshop to find out how you can do more in your community and become a leader! Taking Passion & Activism to the Next Level in Local Communities May 10, 2014...

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CAC Applauds 2040 MTP but Concerns Remain

Earlier this year, the Charlotte Regional Transportation Planning Organization (CRTPO) released its draft 2040 Metropolitan Transportation Plan report which defines policies, programs and projects for public mobility choices in the Charlotte region over the next 20...

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Liz Hair’s “Indefatigable” Spirit and Legacy

The Charlotte region lost one of its most influential and dedicated advocates for environmental protection with the passing of Elisabeth “Liz” Hair last week at her Myers Park home. She was 94. On Saturday hundreds who knew her or were inspired by her decades of...

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