The USDA Southeast Regional Climate Hub was established in 2014 to increase the resilience of working lands (agriculture, forest, and range) to climate variability and change through adaptive management. Led by the Forest Service in Raleigh, North Carolina, the Hub develops and delivers science-based tools to help producers and land managers cope with challenges associated with climate variability and change such as drought, heat stress, excessive moisture, longer growing seasons, and changes in pest pressures. The Hub partners with land grant institutions, federal organizations, and the private sector to deliver regionally relevant climate adaptation resources across the southeastern US.
AECOM is built to deliver a better world. We design, build, finance, and operate infrastructure assets for governments, businesses, and organizations in more than 150 countries. As a fully integrated firm, we connect knowledge and experience across our global network of experts to help clients solve their most complex challenges. From high-performance buildings and infrastructure, to resilient communities and environments, to stable and secure nations, our work is transformative, differentiated, and vital.
Clean Air Carolina helps ensure healthy air across North Carolina. Its local programs raise awareness about air quality in schools and communities throughout the state. Its Medical Advocates for Healthy Air program facilitates advocacy work by medical and health professionals, who see first-hand the health impacts of air pollution and climate change.
EcoAdapt helps everyone meet the challenges of climate change, through innovation, training, and assistance to make planning and management less vulnerable and more climate savvy. Use our five programs to get climate savvy: State of Adaptation, Climate Adaptation Knowledge Exchange (CAKEX.org), Awareness to Action, Adaptation Consultations, and the National Adaptation Forum.
The State Climate Office of North Carolina is a Public Service Center at NC State University and serves as the primary resource for weather and climate science focused on North Carolina. We focus on service to public and private sectors through climate science extension, research, and education.