Helping Local Governments Respond to Drinking Water Incidents

May 1, 2019

By Jill Moore Jill Moore is an Associate Professor of Public Law and Government at the UNC School of Government.   Local government agencies have critical roles in responding to drinking water incidents. Incidents affecting drinking water occur frequently in North … Continued

Emerging Contaminants in Our Waterways: Quality vs. Equity

July 1, 2018

By Chrissy Garwood Chrissy Garwood (left) graduated from UNC in 2018 with a B.A. in Environmental Studies. Garwood and Andrew George, (right) a community engagement research associate at the Institute and lecturer in the Environment, Ecology and Energy Program (E3P). Defining … Continued

UNC Study Taking a Closer Look at Jordan Lake

January 1, 2018

By Mike Piehler Mike Piehler is a professor at the UNC Institute of Marine Sciences and the Technical Lead for the UNC Nutrient Management Study. The UNC Nutrient Management Study is conducting a comprehensive assessment of the condition of Jordan … Continued