Due to climate change, New Jersey is one of nation’s top hot spots

WNYC – Among climate change experts, 2 degrees Celsius is a key indicator. A United Nations panel on climate change warns if the earth warms that much by the year 2100, coral reefs will die, sea levels will rise catastrophically, and Arctic ice sheets will disappear in the summer.

But a Washington Post analysis finds the average temperatures in some parts of the United States have already risen by 2 degrees Celsius, including here in the Northeast — New Jersey in particular …

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