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Metal wolf sculpture along the stairwell in the Reynolds Coliseum Walk of Fame.

Jan 11, 2023

NC State Professor Part of Global Initiative to Make Sports More Sustainable

Jonathan Casper is one of the co-authors of “Sports for Nature,” a report commissioned by the United Nations Environment Programme to set a baseline for “nature conscious work” in the sport sector.  

Ivana Mali

Jan 3, 2023

Ivana Mali Named Distinguished Scholar for Conservation Biology

Mali’s research examines how reptile and amphibian populations respond to anthropogenic stressors such as climate change, unregulated harvesting regimes and habitat degradation. 

An aerial view of the Fraser fir seed orchard at the Upper Mountain Research Station in Ashe County, North Carolina. Photo courtesy of the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

Dec 8, 2022

New Facility to Produce First Crop of Genetically-Improved Christmas Trees

NC State researchers are one step closer to harvesting the first crop of genetically-improved Fraser firs for growers to plant in their own fields.  

Gentoo penguins on a stony beach on Danco Island in the Antarctic Peninsula with a Quark Expeditions ship in the background.

Nov 30, 2022

Antarctica’s Tourism Boom Could Be Stressing Out Penguins

NC State researchers recently found that common tourism behaviors could be disturbing the chinstrap and gentoo penguins of Barrientos Island in the Antarctic Peninsula. 

Fraser fir trees at Clawson's Choose and Cut outside Boone, North Carolina. Photo by NC State University.

Nov 22, 2022

Amid Inflation, NC’s Real Christmas Trees to Cost More This Year

Christmas trees grown in North Carolina will likely cost 10-15% more than last year, according to one NC State expert. 

Hurricane Ian flooded thousands of houses in Florida

Nov 1, 2022

Many Americans Lack Flood Insurance Despite Rising Risks — Here’s Why

FEMA’s designation of high-risk flood zones can mislead communities about their actual risk, according to NC State researcher Georgina Sanchez. 

NC State researcher Marcelo Ardón standing in a ghost forests along the North Carolina coastline

Oct 21, 2022

Ask an Expert: What Are Ghost Forests?

NC State researcher Marcelo Ardón discusses the emergence and spread of ghost forests along the Atlantic Coast. 

Drone View of Morning Clouds over Blue Ridge Mountains

Oct 3, 2022

What a Post-Pandemic Future Looks Like for NC’s Forestry Sector

NC State expert Rajan Parajuli examines whether the state's forestry sector can recover after experiencing a $2 billion loss in total economic output in 2020. 

Bronze wolf sculptures near the free expression tunnel

Sep 20, 2022

These NC State Students Are Tomorrow’s Climate Leaders

Three students from the College of Natural Resources have been named to the 2022 cohort of the KIETS Climate Leaders Program at NC State. 

NC State student Alexandra Hays

Sep 20, 2022

Meet KIETS Climate Leaders Scholar Alexandra Hays

Hays is one of three students in the College of Natural Resources to be named to the 2022 cohort of the KIETS Climate Leaders Program.