Throughout the three week tour, Holland and Snyder spread the word on cleaner air and lowering emissions.
Kelly Martin of the Western North Carolina Sierra Club’s Beyond Coal initiative spoke at the Council of Independent Business Owners’ Friday, Feb. 7, meeting to address future goals and investments that could help wean the region off coal energy dependency.
Since coming out on the losing end last year of a multistate lawsuit that took seven years to resolve, the Tennessee Valley Authority has pushed a green agenda that promises to “keep the initiatives coming, and keep the clean air coming.”
Do you enjoy our beautiful mountains, clean air and water and wonderful wild places? Me too, so I was shocked to find out that some of our legislators want to severely weaken or totally dismantle North Carolina's Air Toxics Program. The General Assembly claims that environmental protections and safeguards cost jobs and hurt businesses, but […]
Our Mountains and our area of Western North Carolina have always been known as clean and beautiful. Let us please make an effort to keep it that way. Studies show that pollution of our ground water is a present, real and dangerous threat to us: humans, plants, farms and animals. Do a little research, see […]