Climate change in NJ: State report details what’s happened, what’s coming

Philadelphia Inqurier: How is the climate already changing in New Jersey? Higher temperatures in both summer and winter. Different rainfall patterns. Sea level rise. More "extreme events' such as storms, floods and hot spells. On Monday, the New Jersey Sierra Club drew attention to a state climate change report updated and posted on the state website in June. Jeff Tittel, director of the environmental organization, suggested that since the state posted it without fanfare, officials were trying to hide it. Folks at the......

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