Climate change costs are hitting home

Hunterdon County Democrat: PSE&G wants to spend a staggering $4 billion over the next decade to harden its electric and gas systems against the impact of severe storms like Sandy and Irene, a sum that works out to about $500 per person in New Jersey. "This is a cost of climate change, pure and simple," says Jeanne Fox, a commissioner on the Board of Public Utilities, which oversees the utilities. It`s a pity we cannot send the entire bill to the flat-earthers who are willfully deaf to the chorus of warnings from the......

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