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Money Island: A Living Shoreline Project on the Delaware Bayshore

Marine ecologists harness natural reef-building processes to protect a Bayshore fishing port from sea level rise. Video produced by Gattuso Media Design for the Rutgers Climate Institute.

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Opinion: Plastic bags are piling up. This plan will force us...

ED POTOSNAK / STAR-LEDGER - Every day, it seems like another company is announcing that it's taking up the fight on plastic pollution [go to article]
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Op-ed: Solar program must work for underserved communities in NJ

PARI KASOTIA and TOM FIGEL / NJ SPOTLIGHT - Gov. Phil Murphy signed bold renewable-energy legislation in May. It includes a new community solar program to give renters [go to article]
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Global sea levels could rise 8 feet by 2100, more in...

MICHELLE BRUNETTI POST / PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY - By the dawn of the next century, South Jersey’s barrier islands will pretty much disappear at high tide, based on data [go to article]

Battered by Sandy, New Jersey plans against sea level rise

WAYNE PARRY / AP / NJ HERALD - New Jersey is working on a plan to better protect its coast and inland waterways from the effects of sea level rise and severe storms [go to article]