This video, featuring Coastal Review Online editor Mark Hibbs, is the first of a two-part series on the impact of climate change in the Southeast.
The two-video series features newsrooms and reporting projects from the Southeast contributing to the Pulitzer Center’s Connected Coastlines initiative.
Coastal Review Online, which published earlier this year the multipart Changing Minds On Climate Science on climate change and the North Carolina coast, was a part of the reporting initiative.
Session one focuses on a decade of change in how North Carolina residents understand, create public memory and report on rising sea levels.
Recorded Oct. 20, Hibbs was joined by N.C. State Climatologist and North Carolina State Climate Office Director Kathie Dello; Core Sound Waterfowl Museum & Heritage Center Executive Director Karen Willis Amspacher; Coastal Review Online legislative reporter Kirk Ross; and Working Narratives Resiliency Media Fellow Yolanda House.
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