NC Sierra Club Coal Ash Action: Webinair Thurs April 3!

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Coal Ash Webinar Thursday, April 3rd

Dear Sierrans,

The massive coal ash spill into the Dan River in February was the third largest in our nation’s history. Our legislators need to take action to make sure nothing like this ever happens again in North Carolina.

We have the momentum on our side– but your legislators need to hear from their constituents. That’s where you come in.

With 46 days until the start of the legislative session on May 14, now is the best time to meet with legislators at home in their districts. The message is clear: the North Carolina General Assembly needs to hold Duke Energy accountable to clean up coal ash in three dozen unlined wet coal ash pits across the state that threaten local water supplies.

Join the NC Sierra Club staff and our allies on a webinar at 7:00 pm on April 3rd to get the training and the tools to effectively advocate and educate your legislators on coal ash.

With170 legislators to meet with, it’s time to get started securing support from your legislators for meaningful action in when the legislature reconvenes in May! Sign up today to get you and your group started.

Reserve your Webinar seat now at:

https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/143018975

Title:
NC Sierra Club Coal Ash Training
Date: Thursday, April 3, 2014
Time: 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
Location: Online

Please let me know if you have any questions about this training or what you can do make sure all of the coal ash in our state is cleaned up and moved away from our water supplies!

Cheers,
Zak Keith
Lead Organizer, NC Sierra Club

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