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Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Climate Change

Cranberry Harvest, new jersey farming

From apples to popcorn, climate change is altering the foods America grows

KIM SEVERSON / NY TIMES - The impact may not yet be obvious in grocery stores and greenmarkets, but behind the organic apples and bags of rice and cans of cherry [go to article]
monarch butterflies, new jersey wildlife

Monarch butterfly migration was off this year and researchers are worried

JOE TREZZA / WASHINGTON POST - Thanksgiving was right around the corner, and a sizable number of one of America’s most famous migrants could be seen still sputtering [go to article]
Lone Star tick

Lone star ticks expand range deeper into NJ, bringing risk of new diseases

AMANDA OGLESBY / NORTHJERSEY.COM - Lone star ticks, carriers of diseases that can sicken humans, are expanding their range in New Jersey [go to article]
Natural gas stove flame

Report: Natural gas does not provide bridge to clean energy future

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - A new study aims to dispel the notion that natural gas could be a bridge to a clean-energy future, suggesting it will instead undermine [go to article]
Belmar flooded by Hurricane Sandy

Nature preserves instead of homes in flood-prone portions of Monmouth County?

AMANDA OGLESBY / APP.COM - In the not-so-distance future, the Shrewsbury River will swell and overtake entire neighborhoods within Rumson, Little Silver [go to article]
NOAA flood map, new jersey

Flooding hot spots: Why seas are rising faster on the U.S. East Coast

JIM MORRISON / YALE ENVIRONMENT 360 - Seen from a pedestrian footbridge overlooking Myrtle Park — a sliver of land that Norfolk, Virginia is allowing to revert to wetlands [go to article]
Red knots and Horseshoe crabs, Delaware Bay

How has climate change affected birds in South Jersey?

VERNON OGRODNEK / PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY - All eyes were on the skies during a New Jersey Audubon birding festival in Cape May Point [go to article]
new jersey environment news, air pollution

Companies see climate change hitting their bottom lines in the next 5 years

BRAD PLUMER / NY TIMES - Many of the world’s biggest companies, from Silicon Valley tech firms to large European banks, are bracing for the prospect that climate change [go to article]
Rockwell's Freedom from Want

Debunking climate change myths: A Thanksgiving conversation guide

INSIDECLIMATE NEWS - Despite the unmistakable evidence that climate change is happening and that the effects we're already experiencing are mostly caused [go to article]
New Jersey Environment News, climate change

What the climate report says about the impact of global warming

HENRY FOUNTAIN and BRAD PLUMER / NY TIMES - The same, only worse. Global warming is affecting the United States more than ever [go to article]

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