Climate Change

  • Rising Seas: Park Managers Are Taking Heed

    A National Park Service report released in May put N.C. parks at the highest risk from sea level rise and storm surge. Park officials say they have already taken steps to minimize climate change-related problems as studies continue.

  • Rising Seas Threaten $4 Billion in NC Property

    Sea level rise will put about $4 billion of coastal N.C. property value at risk of chronic flooding by 2045, says a recent report, but northeastern counties are among those facing problems already.

  • NOAA Tools Offer Help With Coastal Planning

    NOAA’s Digital Coast is a set of online tools developed to help turn data on sea level rise, coastal flooding and the benefits of wetlands into useful information for coastal communities.

  • N.C. Experts See Hope in Climate Deal

    Our correspondent Cate Kozak covered the recent international climate conference in Paris, where agreement was reached that could present opportunity for N.C. firms in the move toward more renewable energy.

  • We Still Have Time, Climate Scientist Says

    Michael Mann, one of the leading atmospheric researchers in the world and the author of the famed “hockey stick” graph of greenhouse gas emissions, sat down recently with us. We still have time, he says, to fix our ways.

  • Climate Change Evidence All Around

    Despite what you might hear, there’s strong evidence that climate change is having an impact on North Carolina, the experts say. Just carefully look around you.

  • Exodus: Movement of N.C. Birds?

    Scientists predict that more than half of U.S. birds may be threatened by climate change, including ospreys, wild turkeys and brown pelicans.