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We can improve the well-being of vulnerable residents in New Jersey

Reducing greenhouse gas emissions can help make the air cleaner, improve public health, and provide economic opportunities to New Jersey communities already bearing environmental burdens. Prof. Ana Baptista of the New School and the NJ Climate Adaptation Alliance explains. Video produced by Gattuso Media Design for the NJ Climate Adaptation Alliance.

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