NCEJN Blog

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New Aberdeen Elementary School

There will be 2 public meetings to help the Aberdeen communities and all who are interested, understand some of the issues surrounding the New Aberdeen Elementary School. Meeting dates: November 14 and December 12 (2nd Thursday of the month) 6:30-7:30pm Southern Pines...

Sponsor the 2019 EJ Summit!

We need your support. Over the past few years, the NC Environmental Justice Summits have been the largest gatherings in its 20-year history. Our attendees are community organizers, lawyers, scholars, students, youth, and government officials. The value of such a wide...

Steve Wing International Environmental Justice Award

Nominations for the Steve Wing International Environmental Justice Award (form linked here) will be accepted through September 30, 2019. Please send any supporting materials via email to: NCEJN EJ Summit CoordinatorsEmail: ncejsummit@gmail.com  History and Overview In...

NCEJN Community Resilience Award

Nominations for the NCEJN Community Resilience Award (form linked here) will be accepted through September 30, 2019.  Please send any supporting materials via email to: NCEJN EJ Summit Coordinators Email: ncejsummit@gmail.com Overview The Community Resilience Award is...

EJ Youth Vanguard Award

Nominations for the EJ Youth Vanguard Award (form linked here) will be accepted through September 30, 2019.  Please send any supporting materials (including, but limited to, video, essay, poem, photographs): NCEJN EJ Summit Coordinators Email: ncejsummit@gmail.com...

Say NO to Enviva’s expansion!

Every single year, the wood pellet industry destroys tens of thousands of acres of Southern forests, turns them into wood pellets, and ships them overseas to be burned for electricity in faraway power stations. The world’s largest wood pellet producer, Enviva, is...

June Quarterly Meeting

Join us for NCEJN’s second Quarterly Meeting of 2019! BE SURE TO RSVP.

We’ll be discussing Environmental Justice issue updates in North Carolina and learning from impacted communities. Attend to learn more and find out how you can get involved!

Continental breakfast & lunch will be served.