Our 2013 Holiday Auction has closed. Thanks to all of our generous sponsors, like Merge Records, items donors, and everyone who bid, we raised more than $19,000 to support our work to protect NC's environment and community health!
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Time to act on climate change
U.S. Congress may be voting on a bipartisan bill (S761) soon that promotes energy efficiency and would help to curb carbon pollution in America. As evidence continues to mount that climate change is real (i.e. heat waves, droughts, and wildfires across the U.S.) it’s time that Congress acts on it. S761 would spur innovation in energy efficiency technologies for residential, commercial and industrial sectors. It could even create over 75,000 new jobs by 2020 and save consumers $4 billion in energy savings.
Tell Senator Kay Hagan and Senator Richard Burr to support this commonsense proposal:
Oppose forced pooling
In 2012 when the state legislature voted to pursue fracking in NC, legislators also called for a study of the very controversial practice of ‘forced pooling’. Forced pooling – where the state forces a landowner to let their gas be removed against their will – violates private property rights to increase the private profits of drilling companies (click here for more info on forced pooling.)
Tell your state representative to reject forced pooling: