Hear More About An Equitable Carbon Plan for North Carolina from Bill Powers (Environmental Engineer, Author of NC Clean Path 2025), Tina Katsanos, (Charlotte-Mecklenburg NAACP), and Sally Robertson (NC WARN Policy Coordinator).
Click the items below to see some videos of work by NC WARN and our allies. And check out the NC WARN YouTube channel.
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Duke Energy plans to reduce carbon emissions, but not all are convinced — WRAL
Tuesday was the start of a major hearing on the future of energy in North Carolina. The state utilities commission is considering proposals by Duke Energy to reduce its carbon emissions in the coming decades.
Tell Governor Cooper To Save NC Solar! — NC WARN TV AD
Tell Gov Cooper: Don’t let Duke Energy choke rooftop solar! Go to
Protected: NC WARN Annual Membership Meeting 2021 — Hope Amid Climate Crisis
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NC WARN Climate Emergency Rally!
On November 19th, 2021 NC WARN and our allies rallied outside of Gov. Roy Cooper’s mansion urging him to: Declare a climate emergency! Stop Duke Energy’s fracked gas expansion! Uplift low-income and BIPOC communities being affected the most by superstorms and high electric bills! Side with the people of North Carolina, not Duke Energy!
Groups rally outside Executive Mansion call for climate emergency declaration – CBS 17
Multiple groups with the same cause converged outside the Executive Mansion Friday to urge Gov. Roy Cooper to declare a climate emergency and stop Duke Energy from building 50 gas-burning power units.
NC WARN Youth Summer Series Webinar
On July 14, 2021 the participants from this year’s NC WARN Youth Summer Series conducted their own youth-led climate justice webinar.
Duke Energy: A US Leader In Climate Pollution — NC WARN TV AD
Urge Governor Cooper to Stop Duke Energy’s Gas Expansion:
Watchdog accuses Duke energy of misleading state regulators — WXII
Great TV story exposing Duke Energy on bogus data given to regulators to justify building 50 gas-fired power units. The public hearing is actually March 16.
Duke Energy gets an ‘F’ from environmental group — WXII
Critics say that Duke’s plan for the next 15 years is heading in the wrong direction. Climate and Energy Watchdog Jim Warren, who heads NC WARN calls Duke’s utility plan “Ruinous.”