We examine a new draft report indicating eastern North Carolina’s susceptibility to sea level rise. Researches weigh in on last month’s draft report indicating a more than five inch increase in some areas over the next 30 years. What would that do to areas like Morehead City and the Outer Banks?
As we head into a cooler weekend, cyclists of all stamina levels are hoping the great weather holds out for the 2013 Cycling for the Coast fundraiser. Public Radio East is a proud media sponsor for the North Carolina Coastal Federation's latest fundraiser. Today, Public Radio East's Mac McKee speaks with Federation spokesperson Sarah Phillips about the many ways you can take part in helping promote education and issues important to eastern North Carolina's delicate coastal habitat.
This week on the Down East Journal, we speak to an eastern North Carolina based scientist who is part of a research project aimed at changing federal regulations surrounding the harvest of oysters in our state. And, a new state park in Cumberland County opened this week on land that used to be owned by a member of the Rockefeller family. We talk to the park superintendent about the park’s history and how it will be used. Those stories and more, Friday at noon on all of the PRE stations. And Saturday at noon on PRE, Public Radio East, News and Ideas.