• 2/24, NC EJ & Equity Advisory Board meeting

    The North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality Secretary’s Environmental Justice and Equity Advisory Board will hold their next meeting in Raleigh on February 24. Topics for the February 24 meeting include updates on NCDEQ’s permitting process, climate risk assessment and resiliency plan development and the 2020 Census. A public comment period will begin at 4 p.m. following the conclusion of agenda items. Visit here for more info on the Board WHO:            Secretary’s Environmental Justice and Equity Advisory Board                 WHAT:          Board Meeting    …


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  • 3/4, Duke Energy Progress Rate hearing, Snow Hill

    Duke is attempting, yet again, to raise YOUR electricity bills to help pay for DUKE’s fracked gas infrastructure and coal ash negligence. Now is your chance to speak directly to the NC Utilities Commission and let them know, we are NOT going to keep quiet. March 4, 7:00 PM Green Co. Courthouse, 301 N. Greene St., Snow Hill View more info on Duke’s proposed dirty energy rates Customers can also submit a written statement to the Commission via email. Be sure…


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  • 3/3, Duke Energy Progress Rate hearing, Wilmington

    Duke is attempting, yet again, to raise YOUR electricity bills to help pay for DUKE’s fracked gas infrastructure and coal ash negligence. Now is your chance to speak directly to the NC Utilities Commission and let them know, we are NOT going to keep quiet. March 3, 7:00 PM New Hanover Co. Courthouse, Room 317, 316 Princess St., Wilmington View more info on Duke’s proposed dirty energy rates  Customers can also submit a written statement to the Commission via email. Be…


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  • 3/2, Duke Energy Progress Rate hearing, Raleigh

    Duke is attempting, yet again, to raise YOUR electricity bills to help pay for DUKE’s fracked gas infrastructure and coal ash negligence. Now is your chance to speak directly to the NC Utilities Commission and let them know, we are NOT going to keep quiet. March 2, 7:00 PM Hearing Room 2115, Dobbs Bldg, 430 N. Salisbury, Raleigh View more info on Duke’s proposed dirty energy rates. Customers can also submit a written statement to the Commission via email. Be sure to include…


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  • 2/27, Duke Energy Progress Rate hearing, Rockingham

    Duke is attempting, yet again, to raise YOUR electricity bills to help pay for DUKE’s fracked gas infrastructure and coal ash negligence. Now is your chance to speak directly to the NC Utilities Commission and let them know, we are NOT going to keep quiet.  Feb. 27, 7:00 PM Richmond Co. Judicial Center, Jury Assembly Room, 3rd Floor 105 W. Franklin St., Rockingham View more info on Duke’s proposed dirty energy rates Customers can also submit a written statement to the Commission via email.…


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  • 2/20, Duke Energy Progress Rate hearing, Asheville

    Duke is attempting, yet again, to raise YOUR electricity bills to help pay for DUKE’s fracked gas infrastructure and coal ash negligence. Now is your chance to speak directly to the NC Utilities Commission and let them know, we are NOT going to keep quiet.  Feb. 20, 7:00 PM Buncombe Co. Courthouse, Room 1A, 60 Court Plaza, Asheville View more info on Duke’s proposed dirty energy rates. Customers can also submit a written statement to the Commission via email. Be sure to…


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  • 2/8, Moral March & HKonJ People’s Assembly!

    Feb. 8, 14th Annual Moral March on Raleigh and HKonJ! “When We Vote… We WIN: Save our Democracy” Clean Water for North Carolina was an early participating organization of the Historic Thousands on Jones Street (HKonJ) movement, and we urge you to join us on Saturday, February 8th to march for Environmental Justice, Voting Rights, Healthcare for all, and many more social justice issues! HKonJ People’s Assembly and Moral March   Saturday, February 8th 9:00 AM Pre-Rally on corner of Wilmington & South Streets 10:00…


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  • 1/30, Duke Energy Carolinas Rate Hearing in Charlotte!

    ZERO Rate Hikes for Dirty Energy! Duke Energy Carolinas Rate Hike Hearing: Thursday, January 30th, 7:00 PM Mecklenburg County Courthouse Room 5350 832 East 4th St., Charlotte FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE Duke Energy is attempting, yet again, to raise YOUR electricity bills to help pay for DUKE’s coal ash mess. Now is your chance to speak directly to the NC Utilities Commission and let them know, we are NOT going to keep quiet. Duke is raking in record profits but claiming they don’t have the money to fix a problem THEY created. Not to mention,…


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  • 1/29, Coal Ash Press Conference & Duke Energy Rate Hearing in Graham!

    Wednesday, January 29, 7:00 PM Alamance Co. Historic Courthouse, 1 SE Court Square, Graham ** Press conference sponsored by ACT Against Coal Ash at 6:15 PM at the Courthouse featuring speakers from coal ash impacted communities! ** FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE Duke Energy expects YOU to pay more while they reap the profits! Just say NO to Rate Hikes for Dirty Energy and Cleaning up Duke’s Coal Ash Pollution Duke has asked the NC Utilities Commission to increase electric rates for residential customers by at least 6.7%. This would add a burden of at least $100…


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  • NC Climate Change Interagency Council Meeting!

    NC Climate Change Interagency Council Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2020 1:30 PM North Carolina Museum of History Auditorium 5 E. Edenton Street Raleigh, NC 27601 Agenda: https://files.nc.gov/ncdeq/climate-change/interagency-council/Interagency-Council-Agenda-2020-Jan-22—DRAFT.pdf


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