National Parks in NC Go Digital

May 21, 2021 | Lauren Pharr

Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Fort Raleigh National Historic Site, and Wright Brothers National Memorial have announced several new ways for visitors to digitally connect with their national park sites.

Front Street in Beaufort, North Carolina, during a particularly high tide known as a king tide.

Balancing Green and Gray Infrastructure Solutions to Mitigate Coastal Flooding

May 18, 2021 | Julie Leibach

Above: Front Street in Beaufort, North Carolina, during a particularly high tide known as a king tide. Nuisance flooding causes such public inconveniences as frequent road closures, overwhelmed storm drains and compromised infrastructure. Photo by…

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2021 Hurricane Season Will Be Active, NC State Researchers Predict

May 14, 2021 | Lauren Pharr

The 2021 Atlantic hurricane season will see 15 to 18 named storms forming in the Atlantic basin.

Seeking Inclusive Strategies to Help Coastal Communities Adjust, Plan for Sea Level Rise

May 12, 2021 | Katie Mosher

Recurring flood damage to homes and powerful storms that threaten infrastructure are realities facing many coastal North Carolina communities. However, for three predominately African-American, rural communities near the coast, NC State researchers documented additional injustices that threaten the communities’ ability to adapt to a changing climate. Learn more from NC Sea Grant partners.

Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference Set for May 10-12

April 26, 2021 | Dave Shaw

The fourth Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference, a hybrid virtual and in-person event, kicks off May 10th to 12th. The conference offers a place to share experiences and knowledge about opportunities, resources, and local initiatives across a range of professions  in in order to generate solutions for climate adaptation in the Carolinas.