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Media Coverage: Cumberland County’s Air Quality Earns ‘C’ Grade, Up from ‘D’

Posted by on May 4, 2015 in homepage_featured, Media Releases | 0 comments

Media Coverage: Cumberland County’s Air Quality Earns ‘C’ Grade, Up from ‘D’

“Cumberland County can certainly be proud of the progress we’ve made, but there’s still work to be done to make our air healthy for all of us, especially our children and those with asthma or chronic lung disease,” Alison Lawrence Jones,North Carolina project manager of Mothers & Others for Clean Air.

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Media Coverage: Clean Air Vital for Health, Safety

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Media Coverage: Clean Air Vital for Health, Safety

North Carolina’s M&O Project Manager speaks out in the Fayetteville Observer. “To continue to reap the benefits of our hard-earned progress, we must urge the EPA to finalize a strong, enforceable Clean Power Plan that will provide reliable public health protection for years to come.”

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Media Coverage: Air Quality Improving in Pitt County, Greenville, North Carolina

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Media Coverage: Air Quality Improving in Pitt County, Greenville, North Carolina

“Individuals can contribute to improving air quality by driving less and cutting electrical consumption, particularly on hot days when ozone is more likely to be created,” said Susan Rodriguez of Mothers & Others for Clean Air, a program that partners with medical professionals to advance policies to improve air quality.

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News: Georgia Legislature’s Shortsightedness Kills the EV Tax Credit

Posted by on Apr 8, 2015 in homepage_featured, Media Releases | 0 comments

News: Georgia Legislature’s Shortsightedness Kills the EV Tax Credit

M&O shares in the disappointment with the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE), Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS), and others in the passage of an amendment that was included in a new transportation funding bill that will squash policy support for electric vehicles in Georgia.

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