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Our friend John Droz, an occasional contributor here, from Morehead City, recently had a piece published in the Daily Wire offering what we think is an excellent analysis and commentary on the civil unrest following the murder of George Floyd.
Our friend John Droz, an occasional contributor here, from Morehead City, recently had a piece published in the Daily Wire offering what we think is an excellent analysis and commentary on the civil unrest following the murder of George Floyd.
 
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.
 
A meeting was held in Edenton on Nov 22 in order that local citizens will understand the benefits, or detriments, to the community regarding wind farms.
A meeting was held in Edenton on Nov 22 in order that local citizens will understand the benefits, or detriments, to the community regarding wind farms.
 
A leading opponent of building a major wind energy facility in Carteret County says it was a tourism-depressing, jobs-killing project that was defeated in spite of, not because of, a state law passed last year to regulate environmental impacts and avoid adverse health effects of...
A leading opponent of building a major wind energy facility in Carteret County says it was a tourism-depressing, jobs-killing project that was defeated in spite of, not because of, a state law passed last year to regulate environmental impacts and avoid adverse health effects of...
 
As you know by now, our number one North Carolina energy/economics/environmental bill of the year is H298.
As you know by now, our number one North Carolina energy/economics/environmental bill of the year is H298.
 
At today's hearing on H484 at the Environmental Committee, the bill was passed (I don't yet have the specific vote tally as to who voted for or against).
At today's hearing on H484 at the Environmental Committee, the bill was passed (I don't yet have the specific vote tally as to who voted for or against).
 
Again there will be a hearing on H484 at the Environmental Committee, tomorrow (#555 LOB at 10 AM).
Again there will be a hearing on H484 at the Environmental Committee, tomorrow (#555 LOB at 10 AM).
 
As you probably know, I've been actively involved with environmental issues for over thirty years. I've learned a lot from dealing with many thousands of people over this time.
As you probably know, I've been actively involved with environmental issues for over thirty years. I've learned a lot from dealing with many thousands of people over this time.
 
It appears that you merely have to spout lefty talking points in order to be quoted verbatim and cooed over by WRAL or The McClatchy Gang.
It appears that you merely have to spout lefty talking points in order to be quoted verbatim and cooed over by WRAL or The McClatchy Gang.
 
The N&O's Craig Jarvis has me puzzled with his latest piece on Skvarla, entitled "What's Skvarla Think About Global Warming?"
The N&O's Craig Jarvis has me puzzled with his latest piece on Skvarla, entitled "What's Skvarla Think About Global Warming?"
 
State officials are pressuring local governments to plan for a one-meter sea-level rise by 2100, even though many independent scientists have argued the rise is highly unlikely if not impossible.
State officials are pressuring local governments to plan for a one-meter sea-level rise by 2100, even though many independent scientists have argued the rise is highly unlikely if not impossible.
 
Beaufort County's Commissioners heard from the public mostly on two separate issues: the proposed Martin Marietta mine and the proposed Invergy wind farm.
Beaufort County's Commissioners heard from the public mostly on two separate issues: the proposed Martin Marietta mine and the proposed Invergy wind farm.
 
The Beaufort County Commissioners have heard from the developer of a wind farm near Pantego as well as some of the landowners who hope to lease their land to the developer, Invenergy, and from residents opposed to building the wind farm near the Pocosin Lakes Wildlife Refuge.
The Beaufort County Commissioners have heard from the developer of a wind farm near Pantego as well as some of the landowners who hope to lease their land to the developer, Invenergy, and from residents opposed to building the wind farm near the Pocosin Lakes Wildlife Refuge.
 
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