Climate researchers draw chalk borders to show effects of sea level rise in Sayreville
New Jersey used to have 125,000 acres of them, now it’s closer to 25,000
Adding sediment, creating ‘living shorelines,’ among suggested fixes
At issue, how to deal with untreated stormwater runoff
Now a tropical depression, Ida is expected to hit NJ on Wednesday
Excessive heat warnings and heat advisories are in place across New Jersey
UN report characterizes the climate crisis as a ‘code red for humanity’
The NJDEP and scientists are urging prompt and meaningful action to combat climate change.
Scientists spoke about the climate changes happening right in New Jersey's backyard.