A Duke University-led team studied 35 years of satellite images of the state’s Albemarle-Pamlico Peninsula.
Support appears to be growing in North Carolina for using natural, restored and working lands to help offset carbon emissions and reduce flooding severity.
Beaufort Mayor Rett Newton, retired U.S. Air Force colonel and Duke University doctoral candidate, is running for the Democratic nomination for the 2022 U.S. Senate.
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.
There’s no easy answer when it comes to flooding in the Albemarle-Pamlico region, but there’s a move on to not only live with water, but also to capitalize on it.
The coastal communities will receive a total of $675,000 for technical assistance in risk assessment and resilience planning work through NCDEQ’s Division of Coastal Management.
Guest commentary: North Carolina has too much to gain from wind industry to let disinformation from Texas grid failure go uncorrected.
Surrounded by water, nonprofits in NC’s “Inner Banks” region say bringing the environment to the people is key to community resilience.
The King Tides Project asks the public to use smartphone cameras and social media to document for science extreme water levels from tides, winds and storms.
A new network to address challenges in coastal resilience is hosting its third virtual listening session March 16 to hear concerns about long-term priorities for coastal communities.
Environmental justice communities are among the most at risk to the effects of climate change and while the state has made efforts to address these vulnerable populations, some say more must be done.
Jessica Whitehead, former N.C. Office of Recovery and Resiliency chief resilience officer, has been named the Joan P. Brock Endowed executive director of the Institute for Coastal Adaptation and Resilience at Old Dominion University.
With a shift in public perception and a statewide plan for climate resilience, efforts to shape policy and protect vulnerable communities still face challenges.
The N.C. Climate Change Interagency Council will meet online at 10 a.m. Feb. 24 for updates on state building energy efficiency progress and transportation electrification efforts.
President Biden signed an executive order Wednesday that addresses climate change, environmental justice, protects U.S. lands and waters and pauses on entering into new oil and natural gas leases.