The Interagency Council was established by Executive Order No. 80, which also directed cabinet agencies to coordinate their efforts to address climate change and transition to a clean energy economy.
Climate change mitigation through soil health will be one of the topics addressed during the Soil Health Institute’s seventh annual meeting in August.
Researchers, with recent funding from the National Science Foundation, are working to bring forward voices from rural, poorer coastal NC communities most vulnerable to the effects of climate change.
The FEMA guide is a collection of personal stories, insight and resources for climate resilience.
The president’s recent executive order calls for range of federal agencies to report how they will use nature to address the effects of climate change.
In an industry that’s constantly evolving and a climate that’s also changing, environmental monitoring, science and training appear to be key to the future of oyster farming and other forms of aquaculture.
Aquaculture has the potential to help the world adapt to a changing climate, but warming ocean temperatures, storms and landscape changes could force the industry to adapt as well.
North Carolina Division of Air Quality has awarded nearly $1 million in grants to replace 11 older diesel vehicles with cleaner alternatives.
North Carolina Aquariums are joining with 20 others across the nation to pledge to address greenhouse gas emissions.
Fairs and festivals are planned for up and down the coast to celebrate Earth Day, which is Friday.
The free screening and panel discussion with climate change experts April 21 is offered as a virtual and in-person event in Raleigh.
Major transitions in the energy sector, including substantial reduction in fossil fuel use, widespread electrification, improved energy efficiency, and use of alternative fuels , will help limit global warming.
The online workshops allow for residents of the Cape Fear and Albemarle regions to provide direct input on resilience planning for storm-impacted regions of North Carolina.
Second in a commentary series by Michelle Allen of the nonprofit Environmental Defense Fund: The state, despite its leadership on climate policy, is on track to fall short of power sector carbon-reduction targets.
UNC Chapel Hill doctoral candidate Hunter Hughes has developed a new technique, inspired by seismology, to reconstruct past climates using corals.
Representatives from science and conservation organizations from across the state are to be on hand during the outside event set for April 2.