Could Atlantic City be the headquarters for climate change research?

Wind turbine, ACUA, Atlantic City

AVALON ZOPPO / PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY – Walking through the South Inlet last summer, among vacant buildings and lots, David Green pictured sleek research centers set beside the ocean.

There, the urban designer thought, scientists could study climate change in a community that’s bearing the brunt of sea level rise.

Empty casinos, a symbol of the city’s economic decline, would be turned into “innovation campuses” for laboratories and staff housing …

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