CARLA ASTUDILLO and MICHAEL SOL WARREN / NJ.COM – Rising seas, stronger storms and increased health risks.
These are just some of the things that climate change may cause.
But most conversations about the health of the plant and its changing climate focus on the global scale. So what exactly does climate change mean for New Jersey?
A new analysis released Monday by the Associated Press breaks down how temperatures have risen around the U.S. over the past century.
The numbers show that New Jersey is among the fastest warming states in the country.
Here’s what the ever-rising mercury means for life in the Garden State …