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North Carolina State of the Environment Report 2011

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The 2011 edition of the State of the Environment Report highlights DENR’s strategic goals; the protection strategies the department uses to attain these goals and thus attain a healthy, vibrant environment in North Carolina; and data and trends (where available) to help quantify the status of the state’s air quality, water resources and land resources. The report also discusses emerging challenges as the department faces its vision of securing the future of a cleaner environment, sustained natural resources, healthier lives and a stronger economy.

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