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Upcoming Events

Oct. 19-20  The 2018 Environmental Justice Summit, “Making Revolution Irresistible: A Summit Celebrating Promise, Change & Action”, Historic Franklinton Center, US Highway 301, Whitakers

Ongoing — Help Robie and Dwayne Goins fight the ACP! Consider donating to the Goins’ legal battle against the proposed fracked gas pipeline in their town of Prospect, NC. For more info, visit their GoFundMe

Deadline for Public Comments on Draft Coal Combustion Residuals Rules: Monday, Oct. 15!

Please see some key concerns and talking points you can put in your own words HERE.

Where to send comments:

By Email: publiccomments@ncdenr.gov – please put “CCR Rule” in the subject line

By U.S. Mail: Ellen Lorscheider, Deputy Director DWM, 1646 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, NC 27699-1646

Presentations from “Communities Rising for Safe Water, Air and Justice across NC”

Robie Goins, President, EcoRobeson

“The Atlantic Coast Pipeline and Other Environmental Injustices-a Lumbee Indian Perspective”

 

 

Steve Pulliam, Good Stewards of Rockingham County

“Impacts of the MVP Southgate and Growing Resistance”

 

 

 

 

Lisa Sorg, Environmental Reporter, NC Policy Watch

“Waiting to Exhale”

 

 

 

Amanda Strawderman, Program Coordinator, Clean Water for NC

Rachel Velez, Environmental Justice Organizer, Clean Water for NC

. . . → Read More: Presentations from “Communities Rising for Safe Water, Air and Justice across NC”

“Communities Rising for Safe Water, Air and Justice across North Carolina”

Clean Water for North Carolina’s 34th Annual Meeting Davie County Public Library, 371 N. Main St., Mocksville, NC 1:30 to 5:00 PM Refreshments Served

Registration Free for CWFNC Members and Students, $10 for non-members, $25 includes 1 yr. membership

Speakers include:

Kristen Wills, Staff Attorney, NC Waste Awareness and Reduction Network, “The Inequitable, and Disproportionate Impacts on Minorities/Low-Income North Carolinians from the Atlantic Coast Pipeline . . . → Read More: “Communities Rising for Safe Water, Air and Justice across North Carolina”

Reducing Plastic Pollution: A Priority

Chances are high that within your reach are many things made of plastic. Since the second World War plastic has become the material of choice for many of the products we use. It is lightweight and durable, and inexpensive to produce and purchase. In fact, many of the plastics we use are intended for only a single use. But while many find plastics cheap and convenient, there are hidden costs of allowing . . . → Read More: Reducing Plastic Pollution: A Priority