The panel will also review updates related to Inlet Hazard Areas, and discuss methodologies and data pertaining to oceanfront erosion rates.
The Governor’s Climate Action Corps, created under the Climate Action Corps National Expansion Pilot through California Volunteers, will aid 25 Climate Corps members throughout the state to serve with existing NC AmeriCorps programs.
Environmental Protection Agency officials are seeking applicants for the 2023 Environmental Education Local Grant Program.
New research finds that nutrient pollution in the Neuse River Estuary-Pamlico Sound and Chesapeake Bay could affect how carbon dioxide is dissolved in inland coastal waters.
As the East Coast readies for fall king tides — the highest high and lowest low tides of the year — two organizations that track the related flooding are encouraging volunteers to submit observations via smartphone apps.
The town hall meeting rescheduled for 6-8 p.m. Sept. 14 in Swansboro will begin with an hourlong open house followed by a presentation on the Office of State Archaeology project to survey Hammocks Beach State Park.
The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service ruled last month that the Venus flytrap “is not facing an imminent threat of extinction now or in the foreseeable future,” but the agency underestimated the increasing risks.
Coastal communities face a looming threat as wildfires stoked by the forces of climate change make effective land management, preparedness and response more important than ever.
A rising junior at UNC Chapel Hill, Tara Hinton has spent her summer listening to oral histories and researching how Down East Carteret County residents are responding to changes in the environment.
The feedback will be used to develop a plan to make NOAA’s climate services more accessible, understandable, usable and inclusive of the social and economic impacts of climate change, officials said.
The Corps of Engineers is committed to conducting the required feasibility study of a sand project along the highly erosion-prone Rodanthe beach on the Cape Hatteras National Seashore if funded, Rep. Greg Murphy has told Dare County officials.
Five coastal communities are in line to receive a total of $1.1 million in grants to carry out resilience projects.
A public science project at Cape Lookout National Seashore is part of a bigger communication effort to have a conversation about what ghost forests represent.
The remains of prehistoric worlds beneath the Edgecombe County town of Princeville, just west of North Carolina’s coastal counties, reveal our potential climate future and possible climate solutions.
UNCW professor Larry Cahoon writes that a nature-based climate restoration solution that his lab is collaborating on may eventually be able to capture a billion tons or more of carbon dioxide each year while reducing ocean acidity and helping to protect coastlines.
A recent Duke University analysis finds that state emergency management departments are underestimating the growing threat of excessive heat as the climate changes.