Meeting Archive:
NCNG Spring Environmental Policy Webinar

Meeting Description:

The North Carolina Legislature returns for its short session in May, and one of its most pressing issues is to address the growing environmental and public health crisis of emerging contaminants in water sources – as well as possibly in food and the air. Contamination above health limits have been found in communities like Fayetteville and Wilmington, while similar contamination at lower levels have also been identified in Greensboro and Cary. This growing situation is forcing lawmakers to grapple with how to respond.  

That’s in addition to updating the state budget for the coming year – and preparing for fall elections in which every legislative seat has a Republican and Democrat filed to run.

It will be a memorable year, with potentially significant implications for North Carolina’s environmental and public health protections. Join Brian Buzby, Executive Director of the N.C. Conservation Network, for an informative webinar on the political landscape and the environmental issues to be discussed by the N.C. General Assembly this year.

This event is for NCNG member grantmakers only. If you represent a grantmaking organization that is not currently a member of NCNG and would like to participate, please contact Sarah Mann Willcox at

Date: Mon, Apr 23, 2018
Time: 10:00 AM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Sarah Mann Willcox
 Presenter Information
Brian Buzby
Speaker Photo

Brian Buzby is Executive Director of the NC Conservation Network and started as the original staff person in 1999. He serves as an appointee to the Durham Planning Commission and the Durham Open Space and Trails Commission. He previously served on the Board of Directors of the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits, the NC Center for Public Policy Research and numerous other nonprofits. Brian received his BA in Environmental Policy from Ithaca College and a certificate degree in Nonprofit Management from Duke University. He was also a 2006 American Marshall Memorial Fellow with the German Marshall Fund.