NCEJN Blog

Here you can explore articles and stories that we are telling from the front-lines of climate change.

Webinar: Bio(gas) Hazards: Dirty Air, Factory Farms and Climate

Join us for an important webinar about why manure-to-energy is a false solution. We’ll look at the flawed economic reasoning behind it, learn about the harms to communities on the front lines of this buildout, and talk about real energy solutions to address the climate crisis. Be sure to RSVP!

N.C. Needs Energy Choice, Not Monopoly Control (Op-Ed)

Check out this op-ed featured in the Goldsboro Daily News, written by our co-director Ayo Wilson & Bobby Jones, with the Down East Coal Ash Environmental and Social Justice Coalition- North Carolina’s electricity system is broken, and the only way to fix it is to...

Juliana v. United States: Fossil fuel

On Sunday, March 3, 60 Minutes aired a report about an attorney that filed a lawsuit in 2015 on behalf of a group of 21 children from across the country who want the courts to block the US government from continuing its support of fossil fuels. The case, Juliana vs....

1st Quarterly Meeting: Greene County

Join us for NCEJN’s first Quarterly Meeting of 2019 in Greene County! We’ll be discussing Environmental Justice issue updates & the Green County education system. Attend to learn more and find out how you can get involved! Light breakfast & lunch will be served.
St. Mary’s Free Will Baptist Church, 311 Arba Jason Rd, La Grange, NC 28551

CALL TO ACTION: NC Swine General Permit

Until March 4, North Carolinians have a chance to tell the NC Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) to update the state’s animal feeding operation permits so that they will protect our health, rivers, and drinking water and address cumulative and racially...