Op-Ed: How N.C. workers are changing the narrative on climate

For a long time, climate change has felt distant—something scientists study and activists march about. But as we look around our neighborhoods, and our daily lives, we realize the impact of climate change is not nine miles above our head at the ozone layer, but settling in right here at home. In Johnston County, as summers get hotter and the weather more extreme, it’s showing up in the form of high electric bills and the increasing need for home weatherization.

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