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?