A volunteer-dependent program to monitor wetlands that is going into its second year may be the answer to gaps in wetland data across the state.
Coordinators of the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences’ Cretaceous Creatures public science project aim to reach eighth grade classrooms in all 100 counties this coming school year.
As potential development looms, some Beaufort residents are asking the Coastal Resources Commission to extend protections for Gibbs Creek watershed in North River.
A recent symposium at Carteret Community College explored the challenges and opportunities associated with the expansion of the renewable energy industry along the North Carolina coast.
Brian O’Shea, ornithology collection manager for N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences, said the research network on long-distance migratory shorebirds, many of which we see on the N.C. coast, encompasses the entire Western Hemisphere.
The State Climate Office has long published its Climate Blog, and the project to provide easily accessible information continues to yield new answers to the question, “What do we mean by ‘coastal plain?'”
Unless the conditions are near perfect, PFAS coatings on commercial indoor furniture appear no more effective at repelling stains than untreated fabric, new research finds.
NCDEQ staff and AECOM consulting firm began working with local and state agencies, nonprofits and others last month on creating the draft statewide Flood Resiliency Blueprint.
N.C. Central University assistant professor Dr. Carresse Gerald uses her role in the classroom to encourage young females in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Avangrid Renewables is bringing plans for the proposed Kitty Hawk offshore wind project to the public and answering questions via a series of open houses and a virtual tour.
The N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences program connects anyone anywhere who has a question about nature with specialists who have the answers.
The N.C. Department of Transportation and the nonprofit Coastal Federation have partnered on the agency’s first living shoreline project under construction in Swansboro.
Government officials, researchers and utility insiders shared their observations and concerns about the burgeoning industry during a recent symposium.
Bad news for the sniffly: A new report finds that as warmer temperatures increase the length of growing season, plants are releasing pollen and mold spores for a longer period of time.
The Environmental Justice and Equity Advisory Board has appointed a committee to advise the Division of Mitigation Services on including underrepresented communities in its development of a statewide flood resilience plan.
Ocean Observatories Initiative, through Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, is doing preliminary testing before relocating next year an ocean-observing system to off the coast near Nags Head.