More frequent flooding and rising sea levels put New Jersey’s coastal community in harm’s way more often than before, and its residents are taking notice. In the wake of the Fourth National Climate Assessment, our partners at NJTV News speak to Tom Herrington, associate director of Monmouth University’s Urban Coast Institute, who sees strong signals of climate shift in New Jersey.
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