The Environmental Protection Agency recently reactivated its climate change website taken offline in 2017 and added new data, including information relevant to the NC coast.
Dr. Rachel Noble’s lab at UNC-IMS is set to expand sampling of the state’s wastewater for signs of the virus that causes COVID-19.
Conservation Corps N.C.’s AmeriCorps crew joined the North Carolina Coastal Federation to work on shoreline projects along the coast last month.
The researcher who helped develop NOAA’s new wave prediction tool says beachgoers should know about the dangers of rip currents before heading to the ocean.
Morehead City councilmembers have approved a rezoning request allowing for commercial and multi-family residential development of 23 acres on N.C. 24.
Jimmy Morris says he will rebuild his family’s aquaculture business, the Mill Point Hatchery in Sea Level, which was destroyed by fire early Sunday.
A state authority has tabled its decision on labeling Carteret County’s small public water system as a distressed unit over its finances amid a volley of private bids to purchase the utility.
The Coastal Resources Commission says the temporary, oversized sandbags in place at a condo complex in North Topsail Beach can remain for another five years.
An ongoing collaborative effort to restore N.C. oysters promises environmental, economic benefits, officials said Tuesday as updates to the plan were unveiled.
Numerous factors contributed to the decline of North Carolina’s oyster population over the past 100 years, but building new oyster reefs is part of the ongoing restoration.
Oak Island officials are postponing until next year discussion of rates for special property assessment districts to fund beach nourishment.
Parks, nature and history reflect the state’s diversity and encourage getting outside, says Department of Natural and Cultural Resources Secretary Reid Wilson.
Residents served by Carteret County’s public water system object to a potential sale to one of two firms competing to buy the utility.
Beaufort recently installed pavement that allows stormwater to soak into the ground, one of numerous projects to improve water quality in area municipalities.
The Resilient Coastal Communities Program is part of a statewide effort to help local governments address climate change-related risks.
Small policy changes can put in motion affordable and cleaner electricity generation options, according to a recent report on the North Carolina Power Sector.