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Upcoming Events

Oct. 23, 6PM, Asheville: Community Bill of Rights: Public Comment. Hosted by Community Roots. Kenilworth Center, 123 Chiles Ave.

Oct. 27, 6PM, Asheville: Community Bill of Rights: Public Comment. Hosted by Community Roots. Jubilee Community, 101 Patton Ave.

Nov. 3-4, Asheville: Democracy School – CELDF. Hosted by Community Roots. Scholarships available. Click here for more information.

Nov. 15, 6pm, Garysburg: DEQ Public Hearing on Air Permit for ACP Northampton County Compressor Station. Garysburg Town Hall, 504 Old Highway Road. Click here for details.

Presentations from the Regional Summit on ACP Impacts

 

Cathy Kunkel

Energy Analyst, Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis

Do we need it? Economics of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline

 

 

Marvin Winstead

Nash County Landowner with Nash Stop the Pipeline

ACP Impacts on Landowners and Actions to Prevent Eminent Domain Abuse

 

Jorden Revels

UNC-Pembroke Student, EcoRobeson

Ericka Faircloth

Clean Water for NC, EcoRobeson

ACP Impacts on Native Ancestral Lands

 

Therese Vick

Blue Ridge . . . → Read More: Presentations from the Regional Summit on ACP Impacts

October 7: Regional Summit on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Clean Water for NC’s Regional Summit on the Proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline: Preventing Harms to Eastern NC’s Water, Air, Communities and Environmental Justice

Saturday, October 7, 1:30 – 5:00 PM, Light Refreshments Wilson Community College, Del Mastro Auditorium 902 Herring Ave E, Wilson, NC Advance registration required! Register here by Oct. 4 at 6PM!

$5 CWFNC Members/Students/NCEJN Partners (Enter NCEJN in “organization” field if applicable, for discount)

$25 Non CWFNC Members (Includes one year membership)

. . . → Read More: October 7: Regional Summit on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Want to Help Hurricane Harvey and Irma Victims?

New: Helping Puerto Rico recover from Hurricane Maria List of organizations accepting donations and volunteers

UNICEF

UNICEF’s priorities include providing safe drinking water to communities affected, as well as providing psychosocial support to affected children and their families, and to restore education through the rehabilitation of schools and the establishment of child-friendly centers.​ ​​Pre-positioned emergency supplies in Barbados and Antigua will be rapidly distributed in coordination with national authorities ​for those most affected by . . . → Read More: Want to Help Hurricane Harvey, Irma, & Maria Victims?

Sept. 9: Regional Summit on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Clean Water for NC’s Regional Summit on the Proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline: Preventing Harms to Eastern NC’s Water, Air, Communities and Environmental Justice

Saturday, October 7, 1:30 – 5:30 PM, Light Refreshments Wilson Community College, Del Mastro Auditorium 902 Herring Ave E, Wilson, NC Advance registration required! Register here by Oct. 4 at 6PM

$5 CWFNC Members/Students/NCEJN Partners (Enter NCEJN in “organization” field if applicable, for discount)

$25 Non . . . → Read More: POSTPONED:Regional Summit on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline