Building the Great Warships: NC Timber from Colonial Times to Now
Since the time it was a colony, lumber has played an important role in the North Carolina economy. Find out how lumber exports from NC shaped world history.
Transmission Lines Carry Improvements to Local Air Quality
Quantifying the boost in the environmental value of wind energy from uncongested transmission networks was the goal of a recent study by CEnREP Interim Director Harrison Fell and colleagues at UC Davis and the University of Colorado Boulder.
The Cost of Water Regulation in Northern Chile
“The goal of our study was to determine the cost of water trading restrictions in a market where water rights were previously traded without constraints,” says ARE's Eric Edwards.
Renkow Releases Study on Jobs in NC
This analysis examines changes in employment within the context of population changes in North Carolina.
NC Economy Bouncing Back After Hurricane Florence
North Carolina’s economy is still returning to pre-Florence levels but is on the way back up, says N.C. State economist Dr. Mike Walden. Walden talks about the importance of improved trade relations with China to helping farmers recover financially.
Industrial Hemp Regulatory Update
The hemp industry is rapidly evolving. Read the newest from Washington here.
Walden on Climate for STEM Jobs in Triangle
Walden: The Triangle has an automatic ‘feeder’ of expansion with our great universities and training of new tech workers.
“NC Needs to Produce More of its Own Feed Grains”
Estimates peg the need for feed for North Carolina hogs, chickens and turkeys at roughly 310 million bushels per year.
Water Access Key Driver of Long-term Agricultural Productivity in Western U.S.
“Almost anywhere in the world where water is scarce, agriculture uses most of it,” says CEnREP affiliate and ARE professor Eric Edwards.
ARE and CEnREP Faculty on NC State Energy Storage Team
CEnREP affiliates Fell and Galik among NC State Energy Storage Team to issue final report to North Carolina’s General Assembly.