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Climate change: How can New Jersey prepare?



New Jersey’s coastline was permanently changed by Superstorm Sandy. And while a lot of work has been done to elevate homes in potential flood zones and to harden the shore, the threat of extreme weather persists, driven by climate change. According to a Rutgers University study, the sea level at the Jersey Shore is rising at more than double the global average rate.

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Environmentalist, Futurist, Lightworker, Wannabe naturalist. The way we are treating our world and environment is not going to end well! We need to change course NOW.

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