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Upcoming Events

Thursday, September 3, 7– 9pm, Winston Salem. “Saving Our Tomorrow” film screening. Temple Emanuel, 201 Oakwood Drive.

Thursday, September 3, 6 PM, Flat Rock. Utilities Commission public meeting on Duke Energy WNC transmission line project. Blue Ridge Community College Auditorium, 180 W. Campus Drive.

Saturday, September 19, 1:30-4:30pm, Greensboro: "Uniting Community Voices for Healthy Water, Democracy, and Justice." CWFNC's 31st Annual Public Meeting. More details and registration!

October 16-17, Edgecombe County: 2015 North Carolina EJ Summit. Details.

A Chance to Clean Up the Worst of HB765, the “Polluter Protection Bill”—Take Action!

The public was so fired up by the outrageous provisions added by the Senate to House Bill 765 that even the most pro-polluter Representatives heard from their constituents and agreed that the Senate had taken a simple gravel-hauling bill and created a monster. On July 22, the full House voted 99 to zero NOT to concur with the Senate’s version of the bill! This vote sent the bill to a Conference Committee for negotiations between . . . → Read More: A Chance to Clean Up the Worst of HB765, the “Polluter Protection Bill”—Take Action!

Protect neighbors from contamination & landowners from Forced Pooling

ACTION ALERT! The NC House of Representatives is considering two changes to state law that would have a big impact on landowner rights and protection from contamination. Please consider calling or emailing your state Representative today and weighing in.

Oppose House Bill 639: Don’t Let Polluters off the Hook

A very bad bill, HB 639 would let many polluters off the hook AGAIN! Neighboring landowners will be even LESS protected from spread of contaminants, if . . . → Read More: Protect neighbors from contamination & landowners from “Forced Pooling”

Weak permits allow continued toxic seepage from Duke coal plants—comment by May 5

The NC Division of Water Resources is accepting public comments through May 5 on proposed National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permits for Duke Energy’s Riverbend, Allen, and Marshall coal plants!

Locations of the three coal facilities and their discharges along the Catawba River.

Under the Clean Water Act, any facility discharging to a river or stream must have a NPDES permit, and these permits have to be renewed every five years. These . . . → Read More: Weak permits allow continued toxic seepage from Duke coal plants—comment by May 5

Take action--a terrible energy option for NC, and a great one!

Offshore drilling comments due Monday, March 30

Offshore oil and gas drilling? Make your voice heard!

Offshore drilling proposed for the mid-Atlantic would put the NC coast at risk for an environmental disaster like the BP Deepwater Horizon disaster. It could harm tourism, fishing, and other coastal industries which are the economic backbone of coastal communities. Regulations haven’t changed since the BP Disaster — there is still the same weak oversight and safeguards.

The . . . → Read More: Take action–a terrible energy option for NC, and a great one!