It’s hard to keep up with the deluge of bills related to environmental policy that were debated, passed and/or vetoed in North Carolina during the 2011-2012. Here's a breakdown.
When Republicans won majorities in the General Assembly, one lawmaker literally drew a bull's eye on the state's environmental protection agency. What's next for North Carolina's air and water?
The North Carolina legislature was mocked for a bill that would have prevented the state from planning for "accelerated sea level rise" predicted by scientific data. But we're not the only state accused of being anti-science--here are four more.
The coastal organization NC-20 has seen a lot of press lately because of its controversial stand against sea level rise predictions. Find out the reasoning for its stance.