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Led by Lydia Olander, a project to study the socioeconomic impacts of ecosystem restoration was among 20 projects awarded a combined $2.3 million by the NOAA RESTORE Science Program to scope and design research that will inform future decisions on how to manage natural resources in the Gulf of Mexico.

Brian Murray was among the Duke University experts who commented on a new renewable energy report from the Biden administration that highlights the potential for solar energy to power 40 percent of American homes and businesses by 2035.

States and territories participating in the Southeast Regional Electric Vehicle Information Exchange have launched a multi-state electric vehicle infrastructure map to enable coordination across the region on EV infrastructure investments.

The recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report made it clear that climate mitigation and resilience measures will both be necessary to stave off the worst of the impending climate perils, writes Elizabeth Losos in an op-ed for The Hill.

In the wake of the recent report by the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the USA TODAY Network interviewed Kate Konschnik and other experts about what individuals can do to feel they're making a difference on climate change.

In the wake of the scientific assessment released this week by the IPCC, the Los Angeles Times asked climate experts, including Kate Konschnik, about actions we can take to help reduce our climate impact.

A new report on climate change from the United Nations says the world will reach a threshold temperature earlier than expected. N.C. State Climatologist Kathie Dello and Nicholas Institute senior fellow Jackson Ewing joined Spectrum News 1's "Capital Tonight" program to discuss the implications of the report.

Kate Konschnik spoke to The News & Observer about the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change latest assessment of climate science and the implications for North Carolina's efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions.

Duke University experts, including from the Nicholas Institute and Energy Initiative, offered comments on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's latest assessment report detailing the most recent understanding of observed changes in the world’s climate.

The Ashley National Forest has implemented and refined novel approaches to evaluate ecosystem services in a pilot project with Forest Service Research and Development, the Washington Office, Duke University and Environmental Management and Planning Solutions, Inc. as part of the forest plan revision process.