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Media: Interim Director’s LTE in Rome News-Tribune

Posted by on Mar 7, 2016 in homepage_featured, Media Releases | 0 comments

Media: Interim Director’s LTE in Rome News-Tribune

In spite of the Supreme Court’s temporary stay of the Clean Power Plan, Mothers & Others for Clean Air will continue to support limits on carbon emissions from power plants and encourage Georgia’s leaders to move forward in planning for a healthier future for all.

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News: Public Health Groups Team Up To Fight Air Pollution & Protect Public Health

Posted by on Mar 3, 2016 in homepage_featured, Media Releases | 0 comments

News: Public Health Groups Team Up To Fight Air Pollution & Protect Public Health

Four groups—Mothers and Others for Clean Air, Moms Clean Air Force NC, Medical Advocates for Healthy Air, and Clean Air Carolina— have announced a new collaborative effort, Healthy Air Alliance of North Carolina. The Alliance will elevate the voices of those are most affected by dirty air.

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Media: M&O Responds to Supreme Court Stay on Clean Power Plan

Posted by on Feb 16, 2016 in homepage_featured, Media Releases | 0 comments

Media: M&O Responds to Supreme Court Stay on Clean Power Plan

A widely published letter to the editor from North Carolina Project Manager explains M&O’s response to the recent Supreme Court stay on the Clean Power Plan. M&O will continue to defend limits on carbon emissions from power plants and urge leaders to continue work on state plans.

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Media: NC Project Manager Raises Concerns Over Health Effects of Limited Climate Plan

Posted by on Jan 5, 2016 in homepage_featured, Media Releases | 0 comments

Media: NC Project Manager Raises Concerns Over Health Effects of Limited Climate Plan

At a Department of Environmental Quality hearing in Raleigh last month, M&O Project Manager Alison Jones called for more public health protections: “We need a strong Clean Power Plan in place for North Carolina to cut carbon pollution and lessen the burden on the health of our citizens.”

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