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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.

The time to stand up for Environmental Justice is NOW

Clean Water for North Carolina enthusiastically supports the Principles of Environmental Justice, first established in 1991. The Environmental Justice movement is now international, working to prevent the disproportionate impacts of destructive, economically damaging and toxic operations on communities of color and low income by standing together. Now, after decades of EPA recognition of environmental injustices and commitment to EJ, the progress made is under attack!

The Trump administration has announced plans to cut the EPA’s . . . → Read More: The time to stand up for Environmental Justice is NOW

How is climate change impacting NC?

NC has been hit by the harsh extremes of climate change from the mountains to the coast. Drought, flooding, unpredictable rain events, and wildfires have plagued the state in historic proportions. Learning more about how your community could be affected and preparing ahead for potential climate extremes is encouraged. Exceptional weather events highlight the need for a movement away from fossil fuel dependent energy production practices.

The destruction in communities in eastern NC from Hurricane . . . → Read More: How is climate change impacting NC?

CWFNC stands with our allies in eastern NC

Princeville in 1999 after Hurricane Floyd (top) and after Hurricane Matthew (bottom). Photos credited to Chris Tyree/Virginia Pilot and Jonathan Drake/Reuters.

The devastation in communities in eastern NC from Hurricane Matthew is historic and overwhelming. We know that many communities – many of them communities of color or low-income communities – are still feeling the worst of the flooding’s effects. For example, Princeville, the oldest U.S. town incorporated by African Americans which was settled . . . → Read More: CWFNC stands with our allies in eastern NC

“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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