Doctoral candidates will share how they use drones to study water quality and ocean color.
Surfrider Outer Banks is set to host its “Freezin’ for a Reason” fundraiser March 5 in Kill Devil Hills to raise money for a public beach water-testing initiative.
New Hanover County commissioners have shared their frustration with NCDEQ on Chemours’ well water sampling plan.
Climate Action North Carolina, a project of the League of Conservation Voters, is hosting an online event later this month on issues regarding clean water in the state.
Dare County Emergency Management hosted the Outer Banks Regional Oil Spill Tabletop Exercise to encourage area representatives to discuss plans and procedures to address an oil spill off the coast.
Cape Fear River Watch’s 80% Project is employing traps in a handful of stormwater drains in Wilmington and Leland to reduce the amount of litter that reaches the river and, ultimately, the ocean.
Crab pots with an identifiable buoy recovered from the northeast region have been set aside for the rightful owner to claim at the North Carolina Coastal Federation office in Wanchese.
Efforts are ongoing in the removal of a 55-foot yacht that grounded Tuesday near the south end of Ocracoke Island.
The state Rules Review Commission is set to consider proposed permanent rules created to correct a gap in North Carolina’s permitting authority over certain federally defined wetlands.
Top elected officials in New Hanover and Brunswick counties have issued blistering criticisms of Chemours’ recent television ads touting the chemical company’s environmental record.
The state Secretaries’ Science Advisory Board is set to meet next week to hear about the ground, surface and drinking water rulemaking processes as well as recent EPA action regarding PFAS.
Beaufort officials are hosting Jan. 27 a virtual meeting to go over the first phase of the “Resilient Beaufort” initiative, a project through the state’s Resilient Coastal Communities Program.
The Outer Banks town was selected for federal funding for its proposed living shoreline and highway resiliency project.
Guest commentary: North Carolina’s collaborative shellfish strategy includes public education efforts showcasing how oysters can be a catalyst for a resilient future, where people and ecosystems thrive.
The North Carolina Environmental Management Commission is set to meet Wednesday and Thursday via remote access.
Summer has for the past seven months served as interim director of the N.C. Division of Land and Water Stewardship.