Ground zero for climate change: New Jersey | Editorial

Star-Ledger Editorial Board, August 19, 2019

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…”Start with this: New Jersey's average temperature has risen 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit (2 degrees Celsius) since 1895 — the second-highest rate after Alaska, and double the average for the lower 48 states. If that number rings a bell, it is a crucial threshold for global warming, as scientists agree that such an increase before 2100 would cause an irreversible and catastrophic climate changes”…read article.

Susan Meltsner