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Sunday, December 15, 2019

Climate Change

sandy flood, new jersey, shore

The latest climate threat for coastal cities: More rich people

CHRISTOPHER FLAVELLE / BLOOMBERG - When Hurricane Irma reached Florida’s Big Pine Key in September, it caused the floor of Terry and Sharon Baron’s cream-colored [go to article]
Cherry blossoms

Climate change causing trees to bloom weeks earlier, researchers say

JAMES M. O'NEILL / NORTHJERSEY.COM - Researchers are growing more interested — and concerned — about the role climate change and warming temperatures [go to article]
Grapes, wine, new jersey

Climate change is messing with your dinner

AGNIESZKA DE SOUSA and HAYLEY WARREN / BLOOMBERG - The world’s dinner tables are seeing the impact of climate change [go to article]
Ocean City flooded by winter storm, jersey shore

New Jersey shore sees sea level change — and it can’t be denied

MICHELLE BRUNETTI POST / PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY - Four nor’easters hit New Jersey in March, disrupting everyday life, flooding coastal streets and forcing some island [go to article]

How climate change could affect your favorite New Jersey beer

JOE MARTUCCI / PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY - Saturday is National Beer Day: a day to celebrate the suds we love. However, climate change threatens to flatten [go to article]
Red Knot banding, New Jersey wildlife

Climate change is becoming a top threat to biodiversity

CHELSEA HARVEY / E&E NEWS / SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN - Climate change will be the fastest-growing cause of species loss in the Americas by midcentury [go to article]
Hoboken food, Sandy, new jersey

Cutting greenhouse gas emissions would help thwart threat from rising seas

CLAIMS JOURNAL - Coastal cities worldwide would face a reduced threat from sea level rise if society reduced greenhouse gas emissions, with especially significant benefits [go to article]

Greenhouse gas emissions rose last year. Here are the top 5 reasons.

BRAD PLUMER / NEW YORK TIMES - If the world wants to avoid drastic global warming this century, we’ll need to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions sharply [go to article]
arctic melt, climate change, NASA

Arctic sea ice missed a record low this winter. Barely.

KENDRA PIERRE-LOUIS, NADJA POPOVICH and ADAM PEARCE / NEW YORK TIMES - Arctic sea ice behaves a bit like a human waistline, packing on weight in the winter [go to article]
Snowstorm in New Jersey

Climate change could be fueling strength of back-to-back nor’easters

LYDIA O'CONNOR / HUFFINGTON POST - Tuesday may be the first official day of spring, but much of the East coast is still in the depths of winter. In the following days [go to article]

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