A new view on climate change

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arctic melt, climate change, NASA

PAM HERSH / CENTRALJERSEY.COM – On the cold, windy, dreary February day when Punxsutawney Phil predicted six more weeks of winter, my mind kept drifting to visions of the springtime French Market of the Garden Club of Princeton. At this longtime Princeton rite-of-spring — taking place each Friday morning at the petite plaza where Mercer Street intersects with Nassau Street, club members sell cut flowers, potted perennials and native plants often brought from their own gardens.

My musings about the flower market, however, had nothing to do with dreaming about a warmer climate, but rather more to do with contemplating climate change. Specifically, I was thinking about a “C-Change” of difference taking place in the way we think about climate change …

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