Rain in NJ

It turns out that old New Jersey is at danger because of rising sea levels,

The Princeton University researchers also projected that as much as 9 percent of the state’s low-lying land could be hit by periodic coastal flooding in a trend that would devastate property, disrupt wildlife, erode beaches, and salinate drinking water in populated areas.

When I read Forty Signs of Rain the affected city, the one that finally made Washington wake up to the fact that there is global warming and pollution and all that, was the DC itself. Now that Princeton concludes that they indeed may be facing a significant disruption, and by that I mean 9 percent of their total area, are perhaps we going to see some action designed to minimize the anthropic effect on said climate change?

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