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Thank you for helping us reach our goal of $15,000 and beyond this Giving Day!
Clean Air Carolina has certainly been the leading organization in helping us to improve the air quality in our region. But CAC has also recognized the importance of addressing the critical issue of climate change and has taken on a leadership role in the Charlotte Mecklenburg Climate Leaders network.
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AQ Update in Chapel Hill
AQ Update in Waxhaw
AQ Update in Greenville
NC Climate Ambassadors
Through our partnership with ecoAmerica’s Path to Positive Communities we are equipping civic leaders and community advocates with the knowledge, communications skills, and resources to speak and act confidently on climate change solutions. Help us expand the training throughout the state in 2021 and increase the number of NC grassroots advocates in communities from the mountains to the coast.
STATE OF THE CLIMATE VIRTUAL PANEL (RECORDING)
Where can we find opportunities to advance climate solutions in North Carolina? And what challenges lie ahead of us? Tune in to our Candid Conversation on Climate Change in NC, to learn how we can work together to address the climate crisis.
This interactive, virtual discussion is the keynote event of State of the Climate 2020 held on November 12, 2020, a special 12-hour online Giving Day in support of clean air and climate health. Our panel of speakers discussed how we can build support for climate action from a range of perspectives including public policy, health, research, community planning, and environmental justice.
Moderated by CAC Board Member and UNCC Professor of Atmospheric Sciences, Brian Magi. Regi Oommen, Senior Environmental Scientist from ERG serves as the voice for Citizen Science. Dr. Kimberly Price, Chair of our MAHA program represents public health. Sherri White-Williamson, Environmental Justice Policy Director for NC Conservation Network speaks to environmental policy, and Scott Shuford a Consultant with Case Consultants International and CAC Board Member, offers insights on community planning and resilience.
Dr. Brian Magi, Moderator
Assoc. Professor of Atmospheric Sciences
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Environmental Justice Policy Director
NC Conservation Network
Senior Environmental Scientist
Eastern Research Group, Inc.
Dr. Kimberly Price
Asst. Professor of Public Health
Community Planning & Resilience Principal
CASE Consultants International
On November 12, make a gift to Clean Air Carolina! Then, tell your friends, family, and followers why you support our mission to restore clean, healthy air and a stable climate to North Carolina communities. Help us reach our $15,000 fundraising goal by following the steps below.
Watch CAC social accounts throughout the day and share our updates.