Officials: Cooperation is Critical for Resilience
Audubon North Carolina Friday brought together officials and representatives who all emphasized working together to preserve the Pine Island Audubon Center.
Natural Fixes Touted At Resilience Summit
Flooding and erosion problems are best solved with approaches that mimic nature, say developers, town officials and others who spoke last week during the N.C. Coastal Resilience Summit.
Summit Focuses on Climate Risks, Response
More than just the environment, climate change threatens the economy, labor market and infrastructure, according to speakers at Day 1 of the two-day Coastal Resilience Summit this week in Havelock.
Tool Shows Best Sites For Resilience Projects
A new online tool can help identify sites where natural resiliency projects, including living shorelines and wetlands restoration, can most benefit people, fish and wildlife.
Increased Flooding Plagues Tyrrell County
Tyrrell County residents are looking for solutions to ease the increased flooding in their communities caused by more intense rainfall and an old, poorly maintained drainage system.
Storm’s Toll Sharpens Definition of ‘Resilience’
With the toll of Hurricane Florence now in sharp focus, state agencies and nonprofits are teaming to develop a plan for a more resilient coast during a two-day summit next month.
Study: New Normal Demands New Approach
A new report finds the effects of hurricanes and other weather disasters are getting worse, especially for the poorest, and that now is time for building community resilience.
Assembling the Puzzle of Climate Resilience
State officials and local communities are working to address climate change-related problems, but the challenges, including political and public buy-in, remain daunting.