NC WARN turns 25 this year and we’re celebrating with our first-ever membership drive. If you haven’t joined yet, now’s the time!
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NC Needs Genuine Climate LeadershipTell Gov. Cooper to Act
On May 1, we ran a full-page ad in the Charlotte Observer, together with Greenpeace, urging Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers to be a climate leader by acting decisively to slow climate change. Read what the Charlotte Observer wrote about our ad and Rogers’ response. At the same time, Greenpeace Executive Director Phil Radford and NC WARN Executive Director Jim Warren sent a letter to Rogers, calling on him to walk his talk on climate change.
Read the latest updates on Arctic sea ice retreat, sea level rise and other climate science.
“We have a planetary emergency.”Former NASA climatologist James Hansen
All Things Considered host Jacki Lyden interviews author Bill McKibben, founder of 350.org, on the climate crisis and what he wants to be a top priority for the next Obama administration, starting with the Keystone XL pipeline.
Duke Energy Progress plans 20 years of serial rate hikes to pay for its fossil fuel
dependence & risky new nukes on
the backs of families and small
Medical Advocates for Healthy Air (MAHA) is a group of health professionals who educate their patients and other practitioners about the connection between poor air quality and disease.
Duke Energy might spend billions in costs not disclosed in merger case; group says all documents must be submitted.
Although it is heavily redacted, I encourage reporters to read Dr. William Jacobs’ testimony to see the very damning verbage on many fronts, which give lie to industry claims the project is going well. This complicated construction project is a mess and it’s getting worse.
The three nuclear construction projects underway in the U.S. are already suffering huge cost overruns, delays, and uncertainty about completion.
Who gets soaked? Taxpayer loan guarantees pending as contractors begin feeding frenzy on cost overruns due to long-standing and new design problems.