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Thursday, June 21, 2018

Climate Change

heat wave, new jersey

N.J. is one of the fastest warming states in the U.S. Here’s what that...

CARLA ASTUDILLO and MICHAEL SOL WARREN / NJ.COM - Rising seas, stronger storms and increased health risks [go to article]
Oysters, NJ environment news

The ocean is getting more acidic—what that actually means

ERIC NIILER / NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC - Grace Saba steadies herself on the back of a gently rocking boat as she and her crew slide a six-foot long yellow torpedo [go to article]
sandy flood, new jersey, shore

Could climate change erode real estate markets in coastal New Jersey?

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - Rising sea levels threaten hundreds of thousands of homes and structures nationwide, with New Jersey ranking second only to Florida [go to article]
black sea bass

N.J. flounder, sea bass pushed north because of climate change, say scientists

FRANK KUMMER / PHILLY.COM - Continued ocean warming could cause habitats of many species of fish, including flounder and black sea bass, regularly found off New Jersey’s [go to article]
U.S. Capitol

Three Republicans join climate change caucus

JOHN BOWDEN / THE HILL - Three House Republicans have joined a bipartisan group of lawmakers dedicated to addressing the threat posed by climate change [go to article]
Fishing boats, Cape May, NJ

Your dinner might be swimming North thanks to climate change, Rutgers study says

MICHAEL SOL WARREN / NJ.COM - Climate change is making oceans warmer and the fish are taking flight [go to article]
Malin Pinsky, Rutgers

Fish species forecast to migrate hundreds of miles northward as U.S. waters warm

BOB BERWYN / INSIDECLIMATE NEWS - Global warming will drive many of North America's fish species hundreds of miles northward, potentially costing coastal fishing communities [go to article]
Ocean City flooded by winter storm, jersey shore

Moving cars, canceling plans, taking risks – life in a flood zone

MICHELLE BRUNETTI POST / PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY - Andrea Palermo’s life has taken on the ups and downs of the tides she follows on her phone app [go to article]

Seasonal allergies intense? Climate change may be to blame

KYLA CATHEY / EARTH.COM - If you think your seasonal allergies are worse than usual this year, you may be right – and climate change seems to be behind it [go to article]
air pollution, smokestack

What genuine, no-bullshit ambition on climate change would look like

DAVID ROBERTS / VOX - What would it take to really tackle climate change? No delays, no gimmicks, no loopholes, no shirking of responsibility — the real thing [go to article]

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