Current Action Alerts 

Building Codes H 201
Thursday morning, House Bill 201 will be heard. This bill would roll back the building code standards to the 2009 levels, taking our state backwards when it comes to energy efficiency and saving families money. Tell your legislators to oppose HB 201.
Dorothea Dix Park
Help make Dorothea Dix Park a reality. Tell your legislators that the state needs to honor its end of the bargain.
Duke Energy, retire the Asheville coal plant
Duke Energy's plans to deal with their leaking coal ash ponds may include retiring the Asheville coal plant. Tell CEO Lynn Good this is the right move!
End the Legacy of Coal Pollution
online petition calling on Duke Energy to clean up its coal ash ponds and release a timetable for cleanup efforts
Hold Duke Energy Accountable
Hold Duke Accountable
Jordan Lake Comments to the Army Corps of Engineers
Be sure to make your comments on the Environmental Assessment of the proposal to put water mixers in Jordan Lake.
Jordan Lake Rules Repeal
We need you to step up and help protect Jordan Lake. That's right. At the end of this grueling session, there's another push to stall the protections for Jordan Lake to the benefit of upstream developers.
Oppose S 365
Protect NC's REPS
Protect America's Arctic
Send a message to protect the Arctic from drilling.
Protect Our Beaches - No Terminal Groins
Action Alert for Senate Bill 151
Protect Our Building Codes
Take action to preserve building codes - hdcb - 03.08.13
Protect the REPS
Protect NC's REPS
Public Comments to the Division of Air Quality
Alert to get citizens to submit public comments in response to Titan requesting an increase in their polluiton permit levels for their DAQ air permit
S 76 - The New Fracking Bill - And What It Means for North Carolina
Encouraging people to take action on S76, the new fracking bill.
Tell Duke Energy to Move Beyond Coal in Asheville
Duke Energy is now the largest utility in the country. They talk a good game, but to walk the walk they need to do something about their coal plant in Asheville. Tell CEO Jim Rogers they can do better!




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