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Upcoming Events

April 29, 9:30 am - 2pm, NC Environmental Justice Network Quarterly Meeting, Roseboro. Snow Hill Missionary Baptist Church, 531 Marion Amos Rd. For questions, email Naeema: naeema1951@gmail.com.

“Safe Energy Jobs & Water Justice” meeting a success

We had a wonderful time at our 32nd Annual Meeting in Statesville September 17th! Many thanks to Clean Water for NC’s Board, volunteers, speakers and the great group of people who came together with a commitment to water justice for all and a future that guarantees good jobs AND safer, clean energy. Here are some photos from the event; powerpoint slides from our featured speaker, Nancy LaPlaca, will be posted soon.

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Residents impacted by coal ash respond to DEQ announcement on cleanup

Join us for a press conference & rally 1PM, Thursday, May 19 200 Blount St., Raleigh (sidewalk across from the Governor’s Mansion)

You’re invited! Neighbors of Duke Energy’s coal ash ponds and their allies will hold a press conference in Raleigh to respond to the Department of Environmental Quality’s classifications for cleaning up coal ash ponds across the state, released today. Residents will also respond to the recent news that Governor McCrory, the Department of . . . → Read More: Residents impacted by coal ash respond to DEQ announcement on cleanup

Bad bill alert: Right to know what’s in your drinking water threatened!

Oppose House Bill 1005 / Senate Bill 779

Drinking water is not a partisan issue. Call your Representative and Senator now (look them up by county here, then click their name to view contact information), to ask them to oppose “Issuance of Advisories/Drinking Water Stds” bill!

View our factsheet on the bill.

Please call or email your state representative and state senator today!

Here’s what you need to know, and share with your Representative . . . → Read More: Bad bill alert: Right to know what’s in your drinking water threatened!

The case for public drinking water grows even stronger

By Jenn Weaver, Clean Water for NC

A new report by Food and Water Watch – “The State of Public Water in the United States” – affirms that public water is the most affordable, safe way of providing drinking water to communities. Eighty-seven percent of people in the U.S. with water service receive it from publicly-owned water utilities, and that number is growing. Private, for-profit corporations charge an average of 59% more per year than . . . → Read More: The case for public drinking water grows even stronger