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Elevating the medical voice in the call for cleaner air

Community residents take on pollution challenges

Become an advocate for climate action

Educating about the health impacts of air quality

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To ensure cleaner air quality for all North Carolinians through education and advocacy and by working with our partners to reduce sources of pollution.

Holding Polluters Accountable

Clean Air Carolina, Southern Environmental Law Center, and the Sierra Club have been working to hold the CPI Roxboro Power Plant in Person County accountable for burning filthy feedstock. This plant is a 55MW generation station that creates electricity by burning...

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Let’s Build a Brighter Future for NC

COVID-19 is impacting everyone, especially vulnerable groups such as older adults, people with heart and lung disease, and minority populations. These are the same vulnerable groups that Clean Air Carolina has been working to protect from air pollution for the last 15...

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National Air Quality Awareness Week

by June Blotnick Today marks the beginning of National Air Quality Awareness Week sponsored by the EPA, the CDC, and other partners. The theme this year is Better Air, Better Health and the goal is to promote air quality awareness and encourage people to check the Air...

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What you breathe matters. Join us at 6pm for this free webinar to learn how you can take action for cleaner air and better energy solutions: https://t.co/wsajM60G8X
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"Car traffic across the country is down about 40%, but ozone pollution has barely decreased compared with levels over the past five years. Factories, refineries, power plants and diesel trucks are still dominant sources of pollution in many places" https://t.co/ef6DKokvae
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Person County will have cleaner air now that this plant is (finally) complying with the law and will be forced to cease burning pollution heavy tires, train track ties, and other garbage https://t.co/ADDEUHiz2Q
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