Study reveals oncoming climate change in New Jersey communities

NEW JERSEY — Climate change is happening now, it’s real, and there are still things that can be done about it — that’s what climate scientists at Rutgers University climate institute want you to know.

A new study in New Jersey’s Climate Institute suggests that if global warming goes unchecked, coastal flooding could become a problem in 26 New Jersey communities, as early as 2030.

If carbon emissions continue to rise non-stop through the end of the century, the seas will rise by more than 6 feet globally by 2100.

How can residents be better educated and prepare for the earth’s rapid temperature changes?

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  • Santiago Del Mundo
    12 October 2018 at 1:45 am - Reply

    According to Branson (2008), eight Rutgers researchers were with Al Gore at the United Nations intergovernmental panel on climate change, sharing the 2007 Nobel peace. So, if you are old enough during that, Al Gore and the team of scientist-global warming strategists were busted for changing research results on global warming.