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Climate Change

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How cities can protect poor people and minorities from climate change

NATALIE DELGADILLO / GOVERNING - When environmental disasters strike, low-income people and minorities are hit hardest. Not just because [go to article]

Northeast states may ‘cap and trade’ transport emissions

ANGIE SCHMITT / STREETSBLOG.ORG - The northeast of the United States is starting to get serious about addressing the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions [go to article]
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Trump administration sees a 7-degree rise in global temperatures by 2100

JULIET EILPERIN, BRADY DENNIS and CHRIS MOONEY / WASHINGTON POST - Last month, deep in a 500-page environmental impact statement, the Trump administration [go to article]

Phil Murphy says NJ still has a long way to go to deal with...

SCOTT FALLON / NORTHJERSEY.COM - More branches of New Jersey state government will have to take into account current and future impacts of climate [go to article]
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Global sea levels could rise 8 feet by 2100, more in NJ, Rutgers study...

MICHELLE BRUNETTI POST / PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY - By the dawn of the next century, South Jersey’s barrier islands will pretty much disappear at high tide, based on data [go to article]
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Who will pay for the huge costs of holding back rising seas?

JIM MORRISON / YALE ENVIRONMENT 360 - For cities in the United States, the price of infrastructure projects to combat rising seas and intensifying storms [go to article]

Climate change: 2019 was 10th warmest year on record for New Jersey

SCOTT FALLON / NORTHJERSEY.COM - New Jersey saw its 10th warmest year on record in 2019, echoing a global trend that has seen sea levels rise and extreme weather [go to article]
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Opinion: N.J. can’t wait until it buys the farm on climate

ALBERT B. KELLY / NJ.COM - For a time in the past, I didn't give much thought to climate change. The whole subject seemed so remote from the everyday problems [go to article]
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Opinion: ExxonMobil, other known polluters should pay for climate damage

KEN ADAMS and RICHARD WILES / STAR-LEDGER - The bills for climate change are coming due sooner than expected, with damages mounting from hurricanes [go to article]
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Opinion: Climate change will cost us even more than we think

NAOMI ORESKES and NICHOLAS STERN / NY TIMES - For some time now it has been clear that the effects of climate change are appearing faster than scientists anticipated [go to article]

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