Jan 25, 2021
In a new book, an NC State professor describes how land managers and communities should expect landscape change and plan for it. Rob Scheller is a professor of forestry and environmental resources at North Carolina State University.
Jan 6, 2021
Interviews with fishermen and women on Andros, the largest island in the Bahamas, reveal changes to fishing practices as well as the island's culture and environment.
Dec 22, 2020
Researchers from North Carolina State University compared companies ranked among the world’s most innovative with the largest pulp and paper companies to understand how diversity among company leaders may affect innovation.
Dec 21, 2020
Parents from diverse backgrounds value parks that offer playgrounds, sports fields and green spaces, and safety, according to a survey from NC State researchers.
Dec 17, 2020
Fertilizer pollution can have significant ripple effects in the food webs of streams and rivers, according to a new analysis of global data led by a researcher from NC State.
Dec 1, 2020
A new analysis estimates the cost of preserving and planting trees to hit global emissions reductions targets.
Nov 30, 2020
In a new paper, researchers highlight the contributions of Ada S. McKinley to the parks and recreation and settlement house movements.
Nov 24, 2020
North Carolina’s Christmas tree growers are prepared to meet high demand from consumers this year, according to an expert from NC State.
Nov 19, 2020
An estimated 270,000 turkeys can be found in the forests of North Carolina.
Nov 13, 2020
Sport can negatively impact the environment, something teams and colleges across the country are working to remedy.
Nov 11, 2020
Noise and light pollution increases were linked to changes in factors important to songbird reproduction, researchers found in a new study.
Nov 9, 2020
An NC State ecologist is working to offer support and encouragement to Black professionals and students.
Nov 5, 2020
NC State experts weigh in on federal protection of gray wolves after the federal government announced removal of the species from the endangered list.
Oct 26, 2020
A new study helps explain why some animals are sometimes more often found in suburban areas than wild ones: because people are feeding them – sometimes accidentally.
Oct 16, 2020
As wildfires grow hotter and more destructive, affected cities could face drinking water shortages.