I looked around their site too and found it hard to sift much meat from the politically polished stuff. I do appreciate their scorecard on the state legislature at https://www.environmentnorthcarolina.org/legislature/our-legislative-scorecard, but I'd have to spend some time with it to see if I agree with their position on each and every issue they rate. My guess is that I would not score 100 on their scale, but I wouldn't be a zero either. As you chase their organizational trail you go through the Public Interest Research Group, the Fund for Public Interest Research, the Sierra Club and all the way back to Ralph Nader on college campuses. I don't know a lot about those groups other than they all seem to be pretty far to my left on the big picture political scale. But I suspect that when it comes down to the river or lake in my backyard I'd probably agree with them more often than not. Even so, I haven't heard nearly as much about pollutant issues at Jordan as I have with Falls, Crabtree Lake/Creek, and the Neuse, so I guess I'm not very educated on exactly what they're trying to "save". I can't argue with wanting to "save" Jordan, but I don't know how big the threat is. (Here's their info sheet: What's At Stake: Clean Up Jordan Lake!. I've never heard of an algae bloom or fish kill at Jordan. That doesn't mean they haven't happened, but they haven't caught my attention nearly to the level of things at Falls, Crabtree and the Neuse have.)Wow, from that starting point, it's awful hard to find any substantial information on that site.