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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.

Updated: High Consequence Areas, Blast Zones, Public Safety along the ACP

Click here to read Clean Water for North Carolina’s new report, “High Consequence Areas, Blast Zones, and Public Safety along the Atlantic Coast Pipeline!”, now with important updates! The report explains the 900+ foot “Blast Zone” along the ACP route and displays maps of the 24 “High Consequence Areas” in Northampton, Halifax, Nash, Wilson, Johnston, Cumberland and Robeson Counties, and how they endanger residents close to the pipeline.

Water Justice in an Era of Climate Change

Falls Lake drought

by Jennifer Weaver, Water and Energy Justice Researcher, Durham Office Click here for a link to the full report

All people have a right to clean, affordable water, but climate change, which we are already experiencing, will only add further big challenges to assuring that right.

There are major uncertainties about precisely when and where climate change-related weather events – massive hurricanes, bigger, wetter inland storms, severe drought, sea level rise and saltwater intrusion – . . . → Read More: Water Justice in an Era of Climate Change