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Governor Roy Cooper today announced that Renee Cahoon will serve as chairwoman for the state's Coastal Resources Commission
Governor Roy Cooper today announced that Renee Cahoon will serve as chairwoman for the state's Coastal Resources Commission
 
The Office of Governor Pat McCrory announced the following appointment today
 
In 2011, the North Carolina Coastal Resources Commission submitted a report forecasting sea level rise along the coast for the next three decades.
In 2011, the North Carolina Coastal Resources Commission submitted a report forecasting sea level rise along the coast for the next three decades.
 
The legislature has adjourned, their work praised and criticized from the right and the left. Now all eyes are on Governor Pat McCrory. On his desk are 38 bills awaiting action. He can sign them into law, veto them or do nothing, in which case they automatically become law.
The legislature has adjourned, their work praised and criticized from the right and the left. Now all eyes are on Governor Pat McCrory. On his desk are 38 bills awaiting action. He can sign them into law, veto them or do nothing, in which case they automatically become law.
 
The North Carolina Coastal Resources Commission's (CRC) forecast of sea level rise from climate change is far greater than the consensus estimate of the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
The North Carolina Coastal Resources Commission's (CRC) forecast of sea level rise from climate change is far greater than the consensus estimate of the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
 
If predictions of more than three feet of rising sea levels by 2100 have you ready to flee from your beach house, a leading climate scientist might be ready to take your place on the North Carolina coast. He explains why in a new John Locke Foundation Spotlight report.
If predictions of more than three feet of rising sea levels by 2100 have you ready to flee from your beach house, a leading climate scientist might be ready to take your place on the North Carolina coast. He explains why in a new John Locke Foundation Spotlight report.
 
If predictions of more than three feet of rising sea levels by 2100 have you ready to flee from your beach house, a leading climate scientist might be ready to take your place on the North Carolina coast. He explains why in a new John Locke Foundation Spotlight report.
If predictions of more than three feet of rising sea levels by 2100 have you ready to flee from your beach house, a leading climate scientist might be ready to take your place on the North Carolina coast. He explains why in a new John Locke Foundation Spotlight report.
 
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