I’ve been filming the Climate Listening Project. There will be more videos coming soon. The first part features a few of the impacts of climate change happening now in Western North Carolina.
Climate Listening Project : Asheville Rain.
Ecologist & Public Lands Director of the Western North Carolina Alliance discusses a few local impacts of climate disruption on wildlife, forests, and people.
The Southeast Regional Climate Center Annual Climate Summary for the Southeast United States reported that 2013 was the wettest year on record in Asheville, NC, and the wettest summer on record in the Southeast.
Credits: Thank you to Western North Carolina Alliance and Andrea Desky.
Photos and videos are also being shared via community members on the WNC Climate Listening Project’s page on Facebook.