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Resilience Exchange Website Offers Resources For North Carolinians To Respond To Climate Change

Source: WRAL

A new website has been launched in response to the urgent need for climate change action in North Carolina. The NC Resilience Exchange, created by the N.C. Office of Recovery and Resiliency, offers a variety of resources to help communities prepare for and respond to the inevitable impacts of climate change.

The urgency of climate action cannot be overstated. From rising sea levels and stronger storms to extreme heat and unpredictable rainfall patterns, the effects of climate change are already being felt across North Carolina. These changes threaten our communities, our infrastructure, and our way of life.

The NC Resilience Exchange is a critical tool that empowers communities to take action. The website includes information about funding opportunities to support climate change initiatives, interactive maps to visualize the risks posed by climate change, case studies that showcase successful resilience strategies, and a database of experts to provide guidance and support.

This website is a valuable resource for elected officials, community leaders, and anyone interested in protecting North Carolina from the dangers of climate change.

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