WATCH: North Carolina Climate Change Webinar Series
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The series is based on the North Carolina Climate Science Report, released in early 2020 and revised in May 2020. NC State University’s NCICS led the development of the report.
- The sixth webinar, Talking About Climate Change (1:29:01) was presented on December 11, 2020 and is now available to view.
- The fifth webinar, Sea Level Rise (1:34:17), was presented on December 4, 2020 and is now available to view.
- The fourth webinar, Drought and Wildfires (1:32:18), was presented on November 5, 2020 and is now available to view.
- The third webinar, Hurricanes and Extreme Precipitation (1:33:33), was presented on October 20, 2020 and is now available to view.
- The second webinar, Warming Temperatures, Nighttime Warming, and Extreme Heat (1:33:54), was presented on September 25, 2020 and is now available to view.
- The first webinar, Overview of Climate Change in North Carolina (1:27:10), was presented on September 3, 2020 and is now available to view.
Future webinars will be recorded and recordings will be posted to the State Climate Office’s YouTube channel, and will be linked, along with relevant resources, on their Climate Change Webinar Series page.
If you have questions about the report or webinar series, please contact the State Climate Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the North Carolina Institute for Climate Studies
The North Carolina Institute for Climate Studies (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. The NCICS is based in Asheville, NC.
About the State Climate Office of North Carolina
The State Climate Office of North Carolina (SCONC) is a public service center at NC State University dedicated to exploring climate-environment interactions in the state, with mission areas in extension, education, research and monitoring.
The SCONC is housed on Centennial Campus at NC State University in Raleigh, NC.