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Survey: Tourists’ Long-Term Plans More Uncertain Under Climate Change
Findings from a new study suggest that climate change could impact not only the total number of tourists visiting a place, but also the timing and duration – factors that could be important for tourism-related staffing and revenue.
A Deep Dive Into Bonaire’s Ecological and Geological Treasures
A group of 12 students kicked off their summer with scuba diving in Bonaire. See the highlights in photos.
Parks and Recreation Professor Featured on Podcast About Sustainable Tourism
Whitney Knollenberg, an assistant professor of parks, recreation and tourism management at NC State, recently appeared on Business North Carolina’s weekly podcast, “Chatter with BNC,” to discuss the importance of sustainable tourism development.
Elizabeth Siu Studies Energy, Sustainability in Puerto Rico
A semester in Puerto Rico taught textile engineering student Elizabeth Siu about energy and sustainability, and helped her build a newfound confidence along the way.
NC State CALS Student Explores Sustainable Agriculture in Spain
Renee Long, an undergraduate student in the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, traveled to Valencia, Spain this summer with the Sustainable Entrepreneurship study abroad program.
6 Tips for Going Car-Free
September 22 is World Car-Free Day.
Commute By Bike
Two NC State employees share their experiences and tips biking to work.
Mythbusters: Carpool Edition
Looking for ways to cut costs? Carpooling isn't as challenging as you might think.
Student Perspective: Why Clean Energy Can’t Replace Oil, Yet
Student and NC State Steward Jacob Jay shares his perspective on electric vehicles and clean energy.
7 Habits Of Highly Effective Transportation Users
Multitasking is easily accomplished when you’re not behind the wheel.