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Uptown Charlotte
On display through October 2020

Uptown Charlotte
On display through October 2020

Elevating the medical voice in the call for cleaner air

Community residents take on pollution challenges

Educating about the health impacts of air quality

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COVID-19 has made our world both smaller and more globally connected at the same time. Read more >>

To ensure cleaner air quality for all North Carolinians through education and advocacy and by working with our partners to reduce sources of pollution.

GUEST BLOG: Hiking with a Mask

by Allison Navarro Clean Air Carolina board member Allison Navarro lives in Colorado for part of the year. In this blog she shares how the impact of climate change has altered one of her favorite outdoor activities—hiking in the Rockies.  It is said that people...

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Making Sure You Count

Responding to the 2020 Census Helps NC’s Health, Environment, and Economy by Joel Porter Among our ever changing priorities as we continue to navigate the pandemic, responding to the 2020 Census probably does not top most people’s lists. The last census (2010),...

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18 hours ago
Stand with students who are saying ENOUGH and demand UNC’s administration make people’s health and safety a priority by shutting down the @UNC coal plant. Join the student-led virtual protest on 9/22 at 10am. @NoCoalUNC #PeopleOverProfit
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20 hours ago
The damage doesn’t end once the hurricane’s passed through. #ClimateChangesHealth
21 hours ago
We’re hiring! Clean Air Carolina is looking for a new Citizen Science Manager to lead our statewide network of communities tracking local air pollution. Applications are due by September 30. Go to for more info.