Currently, there are openings for 30 participants in this highly practical and interactive 2-hour training on June 3 10:00-12:00
NJ Climate Change Alliance
State of the Climate: New Jersey 2021 is an annual overview for state and local decision-makers, hazard planning and climate resilience professionals and residents that summarizes the current scientific information on climate trends and projections to help prepare for future impacts.
By 2050, there is a 50% confidence level of sea levels rising 1.4 feet above the 2010 average, regardless of emissions outcome, according to the most recent Rutgers Science and Technical Advisory Panel. Robert Noland, a professor at the Edward J. Bloustein School of...
Report informs NJ stakeholders about policies, monitoring methods of potential ecological impacts from offshore wind installations
Researchers reviewed policy documents from eastern U.S., Europe and conducted stakeholder interviews in spring 2020.
NJ Climate Change Alliance releases new reports on anticipated climate change implications for water supply
The New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance, co-facilitated by the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy and the Rutgers Climate Institute, has released a two-volume report on anticipated climate change implications for water supply and possible...