Clean Air Carolina

Clean Air Carolina

non-profit organization

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Founded in 2003 by a group of passionate volunteers determined to improve the quality of Mecklenburg County's air, the non-profit Clean Air Carolina now champions a statewide initiative to raise North Carolina's air quality to exceed that of scientific recommendations.

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Clean Air Carolina - Greensboro Science Museum

Greensboro, USA

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Clean Air Carolina - Danesfield Court

Durham, USA

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Clean Air Carolina - Burkert

Huntersville, USA

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Clean Air Carolina - Gaston County

Lowell, USA

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Clean Air Carolina - Monkey Junction

Myrtle Grove, USA

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Clean Air Carolina - Community Drive

Princeton, USA

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Clean Air Carolina - Holly Park Drive

Holly Springs, USA

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Clean Air Carolina - Hendersonville

Hendersonville, USA

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Clean Air Carolina - Cashel Court

Stallings, USA

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Clean Air Carolina - Brunswick County

Southport, USA

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ABOUT CLEAN AIR CAROLINA


Our Mission

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


Our Vision

We envision a future in which residents understand the connection between clean air and physical health and are working to ensure North Carolina’s air quality meets or exceeds science-based air quality standards that protect public, environmental and economic health.


WE’RE WORKING TO ENSURE NORTH CAROLINA’S AIR QUALITY EXCEEDS SCIENCE-BASED AIR QUALITY STANDARDS


While air quality has improved significantly since the 90s, there is more work to be done. In order to maintain this trend of of better air quality, we must continue to advocate for strong air quality regulations.


Our Air Quality Monitoring Network

AlbemarleAshevilleBelville
BrevardCantonCharlotte
CullowheeDurhamEdenton
FoscoeGreensboroHendersonville
Holly SpringsKenansvilleKill Devil Hills
KingLenoirMarshall
Mount HollyMount OliveMurphy
Myrtle GroveOttoPrinceton
Roanoke RapidsRobbinsvilleRoxboro

RutherfordtonSouthportSpruce Pine
StatesvilleTaylorsvilleTrenton
Valley HillWinston SalemWrightsville Beach

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