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Upcoming Events

March 4-19, Eastern NC: Walk To Protect Our People And The Places Where We Live
Join APPPL for a Walk along the NC ACP route. The walk will begin in Northampton County, and end in Richmond County near Hamlet. Details.

Don't miss a chance to Speak Out on Atlantic Coast Pipeline, Feb 13, 14, 15!!

FERC Seeks Comments on Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Attend People’s Hearings nearby—learn more about the ACP and help prepare for official comments!

The Atlantic Coast Pipeline’s long permitting process continues, and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), which makes the final certification decision for gas pipelines, released a Draft Environmental Impact Statement on December 30th. There are MAJOR problems with the long DEIS (click here)! There’s . . . → Read More: Don’t miss a chance to Speak Out on Atlantic Coast Pipeline, Feb 13, 14, 15!!

“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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Standing up for Safe Energy Jobs and Water Justice

Join Clean Water for NC on September 17th for our Annual Meeting entitled: Standing up for Safe Energy Jobs and Water Justice, being held at the Statesville Civic Center from 1:30 – 5:00 pm. Admission is free for current members and students, and $25 for new members. Please register here.

Location: Statesville Civic Center, 300 S Center St, Statesville, NC 28677 (Media Room)

Program:

Sue Fife (left) and Lisa Hughes, Person County residents

1:30—Welcome . . . → Read More: Come to our annual public meeting Sept. 17: Standing up for Safe Energy Jobs and Water Justice

Peoples Hearing Success, July 28th

The Peoples’ Hearing, held on July 28th drew about 60 enthusiastic residents along the pipeline and folks from outside of the area there to show support. Many had deep concerns about the proposed plans and pathway for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline that will travel through 8 NC counties, mostly low-income and with high minority populations.

>>You can comment to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission about your concerns about the Atlantic Coast Pipeline by August . . . → Read More: Peoples’ Hearing Success! July 28