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The author recounts her own encounter with a coyote before continuing on with this piece about coexisting with one of North Carolina’s growing populations of natural predators. It is now confirmed that coyote populations are present in all 100 counties in North Carolina
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31324
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This article explores how one Charlotte organization is trying to take the politics out of climate change. Envision Charlotte promotes energy conservation and sustainable living without using the term “climate change”. Instead they present economically driven approaches to energy conservation, air quality, water usage and waste disposal that may act as partial solution to climate change without making it the topic of conversation.
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31319
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With homes and businesses overtaking Mecklenburg County’s available land, some bird species are displacing others, leaving behind a less diverse population. One conservation biologist and his team are monitoring the changes, and what they mean for the county’s overall environmental health.
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This profile of a transgender man follows the story of Mitchell, the child of a preacher. Born Betsy, Mitchell kept the truth of himself hidden throughout childhood, adulthood, marriage and even motherhood, until his own mother’s death from cancer. Not being able to continue with the secrecy anymore, Mitchell came out as gay to his husband and kids and then transgender to his elementary school where he taught. As of the writing of this article, Mitchell and his sister Joy are both fighting their own battle with breast cancer.
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