Restoring and protecting our water quality for healthy ecosystems and recreational resources
More Wilderness + More Recreation
MountainTrue has signed onto a win-win proposal that would result in more wilderness and more recreation. Support the MOU for the Nantahala-Pisgah National Forests.
#DukeDidBetter. Duke abandons transmission lines, substation and reduces size of proposed plant. >>more
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The Department of Environmental Quality’s (DEQ) risk classification for North Carolina’s coal ash pits puts the health of residents who live downstream from the Cliffside coal ash impoundments, including those who live in Shelby and Gaffney, SC, at risk from contaminated drinking water.
Southern Alliance for Clean Energy featured the following guest blog from Joan Walker, MountainTrue’s Campaign Director/Interim Southern Region Director detailing the history and current opportunities for public engagement on Duke Energy’s Western Carolina’s “Modernization” Project. On January 26, in Asheville, our communities will have their only chance to speak on Duke Energy’s plans for Western […]
MountainTrue Campaigns Director Joan Walker is the featured presenter of the next Hendersonville Green Drinks on Thursday, January 14 at Black Bear Coffee in downtown Hendersonville. Attendees will learn about the current state of Duke Energy’s Western Carolinas Modernization project, and ongoing efforts by MountainTrue and the Carolina Land Coalition to ensure that Duke prioritizes energy efficiency and renewable infrastructure and reduces its reliance on fossil fuels.