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Duke Energy and its critics battle over its 'clean energy transition'

Energy production is the second largest source of the heat-trapping gases that cause global warming, both in North Carolina and nationwide — after transportation.

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Pro-climber Tommy Caldwell details climate change's impact on rock climbing

NPR's Alina Selyukh talks with pro-climber Tommy Caldwell about how a warming climate is changing the outdoor sport and making it even more dangerous.
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Climate change and overuse is threatening Pakistan's main waterway

In a rare journey down the length of the Indus River, a filmmaker and environmental activists survey damage done to Pakistan's main water artery and meet the people who live on its ancient banks.

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How climate change is nipping at North Carolina's coasts

As oceans rise and storms intensify, coastlines worldwide are feeling the creeping impact of climate change. But North Carolina’s Outer Banks are particularly vulnerable, and local leaders are proposing drastic measures to save their beaches.
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Report tallies the costs of climate change on N.C. economy, health

The report for the Environmental Defense Fund tallies potential costs of climate change over the next 20 to 30 years in eight areas, including real estate, health and safety, tourism and various industrial sectors.
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