Right before the new year, North Carolina released a plan to reduce North Carolina’s carbon emissions by 70% by 2030 and get to net zero
It has been more than six weeks since gun-wielding vandals opened fire in an attack on Duke Energy power substations in Moore County and we still have no answers about what happened.
“It is one of the few options residents and visitors have for accessing our far eastern counties, and this bridge replacement will serve our state for decades to come,” Gov. Roy Cooper said.
Gov. Roy Cooper is working to make sure that North Carolina has a smooth, and quick, transition to getting more zero-emissions vans, trucks and buses on our state’s roads.
NC Supreme Court Affirms Ruling That DuPont Tried Avoiding Liability For Poisoning The Cape Fear River
“People have to be able to trust that the water they drink is safe. We allege that DuPont and Chemours have dumped forever chemicals into the Cape Fear River – and we intend to hold them accountable for the damage that they’ve caused,” said Attorney General Josh Stein.
The expansion move by Chemours, who has for years endangered families surrounding their plant by releasing toxic chemicals into the Cape Fear River, has alarmed communities and activists.
History Of Devastating Flooding In NC’s Historic Town Of Princeville Is A Story Of Environmental Racism
Princeville is one of the poorest towns in North Carolina and it’s partly because of Mother Nature – but some historians say the story of the town is actually one of environmental racism.
The agreement states that the Tar Heel state and the United Kingdom agree on working to produce net zero greenhouse gas emissions by the year 2050.
The proposed solution from Chemours is to build a 70-to-80-foot tall wall that will extend 1.15-mile-long underground along with the installation of filters.