Kelly KenoyerReporter / Host
For Cape Fear residents drinking well water and concerned about PFAS, it's a communication breakdownChemours is testing wells in the lower Cape Fear for PFAS water contamination, but communication has been severely lacking for residents whose water tests positive.
Climate change is already affecting food security around the globe, and that’s only expected to worsen as the global average temperature increases. But there are climate-resilient practices North Carolina farmers can use to protect their crops — and lower their carbon emissions.
Bipartistan Infrastructure Law will bring historic investments to clean water, including PFAS mitigationOut of $50 billion in clean water investments, $10 billion will go to emerging contaminants like PFAS.