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Upcoming Events

Now – June 27, Chapel Hill, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PMNathalie Worthington’s “Honoring Habitat” exhibit at NC Botanical Gardens

June 21Raleigh, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM, Statewide Clean Energy Action & Justice Day to call on NC legislators to support 100% clean, renewable energy & the suspension of new fossil fuel infrastructure, Halifax Mall, 300 North Salisbury St.

June 23 – DC, 10:00 AM, Poor People’s Campaign “Rally to Fight Poverty, Not the Poor” at the Capitol! Join to cap off the 40 Days of Action & to launch the next phase of this nationwide movement

New Duke nuke would impact Broad River, drinking water

PUBLIC HEARING: April 4, 2013 Speak up for the Broad River and the health and safety of North and South Carolinians

The proposed WS LEE Nuclear Power Plant in Gaffney, SC needs an NPDES wastewater discharge permit to dump chemicals and heated water into the Broad River at 99 Island Reservoir. Folks concerned about the health and social impacts of this plant will attend the hearing to make public comments and request denial of this . . . → Read More: New Duke nuke would impact Broad River, drinking water

The Monopoly Man and Your Utility Rates

by Grant Mincy, Energy Organizer

On January 19th, I attended my first organizing and strategy meeting as a new staff member with Clean Water for North Carolina. I have recently relocated from Knoxville, Tennessee to work on environment and energy issues facing NC. That Saturday I took my seat at the table with other NC activists to discuss upcoming rate hikes by Duke and Progress Energy. The Consumers Against Rate Hikes (CARH) strategy session participants . . . → Read More: The Monopoly Man and Your Utility Rates

Jan. 19 Hearing on Future Duke Nuke station near Charlotte

Next week, you can make a difference at the Nuclear Resources Commission’s public hearing for a proposed new nuclear generator in Gaffney, SC, just 40 miles southwest of Charlotte on the Broad River (and less than 2 hours from Asheville). The William States Lee facility would disproportionately impact low-income folks living nearby, increase the number of existing or proposed nuclear reactors on the Broad River to FIVE, return HOT water to the river, and potentially . . . → Read More: Jan. 19 Hearing on Future Duke Nuke station near Charlotte