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Why Is New Jersey's Weather Changing?

Hurricanes, freak snowstorms, 100-year flood events—what’s coming next? If you’ve worried about our weather over the last twelve months, or the overall effects of climate change on your life here in New Jersey, you need to join us for this presentation by Dr. Anthony Broccoli, director of the Rutgers Center for Environmental Prediction. Professor Broccoli will tell us what to expect of the changing weather in our state, and he also will explain how study of the causes of climate change might help us better prepare for what is coming. Climate change will have profound effects on our environment and our society. Use this opportunity to inform yourself about the local consequences.

This is a great opportunity to catch up on environmental issues on your way to work or after you drop the kids off at school.

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GSWA members participate free. Non-members are asked for a voluntary donation of $10

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  • Laura K.

    Really interesting speaker talked about changing climate and the impacts on NJ and what trends scientists could link to climate change and what they couldn't.

    April 11, 2012

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