On this page are recordings and associated resources from a webinar series hosted by the State Climate Office of North Carolina and the North Carolina Institute for Climate Studies. This page will be updated as new recordings become available.
These webinars are part of a series that covers aspects of climate change in North Carolina, centering around the recently released North Carolina Climate Science Report. The target audience for this series are N.C. Cooperative Extension and related personnel, who connect farmers, agribusinesses, and communities with vital research-based information and technology, and who the State Climate Office works closely with. To learn more about N.C. Cooperative Extension, visit the NC State Extension and NC A&T Extension websites.
NC State University’s North Carolina Institute for Climate Studies (NCICS) led the development of the North Carolina Climate Science Report. NCICS is a unique center of excellence showcasing a partnership between universities, the private sector, non-profit organizations, community groups, and the federal government. As an inter-institutional research institute of the University of North Carolina system, NCICS facilitates climate-related research across the UNC system and its partner organizations.
Links for further reading:
- The North Carolina Climate Science Report
- Plain language Summary of the North Carolina Climate Science Report
- The North Carolina Climate Change Interagency Council and the state's plans for climate change and clean energy
Webinar 1: Overview of Climate Change in North Carolina
Watch the webinar recording: https://youtu.be/_qT1JFiodWg
Key Findings from the North Carolina Climate Science Report (presentation slides)
Building a Resilient North Carolina: An Update on State Activities (presentation slides)
Q&A from the webinar with links to additional resources.