What would happen to New Jersey if the country — and the world — decides to not take action on climate change? Dr. Robert Kopp, the director of the Rutgers Institute of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences and a lead author of volume one of the Fourth National Climate Assessment, knows that climate change will have a huge impact on the way of life, infrastructure and health of New Jersey and its citizens. NJTV News looks into the effects of climate coastal state.
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