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Meet Duke Stanback Intern: Gina Daniel

We are excited to have Gina helping with our Clean Air Carolina programs in our Charlotte office this summer. 1) Tell us a little about where you are from, what you are studying, and your favorite "green" tip. I have lived in Charlotte, NC for 18 years.  I graduated...

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Climate Change and Kids: What Parents Need to Know

On Thursday, May 29th, Medical Advocates for Healthy Air and Clean Air Carolina teamed up with Moms Clean Air Force to sponsor “Kids in a Changing Climate: What Parents Need to Know.” This panel discussion addressed the impact of climate change on our children’s...

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Meet Duke Stanback Intern: Hilary Bowman

We are excited to have Hilary working for our Medical Advocates for Healthy Air program from our Chapel Hill office this summer. 1) Tell us a little about where you are from, what you are studying, and your favorite "green" tip. I'm from Southern California...

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Webinar: Climate & Health Vulnerability in NC

Sponsored by Medical Advocates for Healthy Air, this webinar was held LIVE on August 6, 2014. About the Webinar Goal: Provides medical and public health professionals a context regarding the scope of health impacts of climate in North Carolina, and offer ways to...

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5K Celebrates Federal Clean Air Victories

CHARLOTTE, NC (June 9, 2014) On the heels of President Obama’s June 2nd call for carbon pollution limits on all existing power plants, Clean Air Carolina held its fifth annual 5K Run & Walk for Clean Air to raise awareness about the importance of clean air...

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Strong Limits on Carbon Pollution, Health Benefits

Communities across the United States are already experiencing the impacts of climate change, from increased health risks like asthma attacks and respiratory disease, to devastating extreme weather events. Both international and national scientific reports have shown...

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EPA Announces BOLD Step for Climate Action

On June 2, President Obama and the EPA announced first-ever carbon pollution limits on all existing power plants. It’s the most important climate action of his presidency, because power plants are America’s single largest source of extreme-weather intensifying,...

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MAHA Webinar: Health Spotlight on Fracking in NC

Sponsored by Medical Advocates for Healthy Air, this webinar was held LIVE on July 17, 2014. About the Webinar Goal: Provides medical and public health professionals a context regarding the scope of potential health impacts of fracking, lessons learned from...

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