New Jersey Experts on the Need to Prepare for Climate Change

June 12, 2013

The below videos were recorded in May 2013 as the State of New Jersey recovered from Hurricane Sandy.

 

NJ Climate Scientist Anthony Broccoli Discusses the Economic Impacts of Climate Change

Anthony Broccoli, a professor of Atmospheric Science at Rutgers University, discusses a few of the economic impacts resulting from climate changes in New Jersey.

 

Michael Catania Discusses the Importance of Preparing for Climate Changes

Michael Catania, president of Conservation Resources, discusses the importance of preparing for climate changes in New Jersey.

 

George DiFerdinando Discusses the New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance

George DiFerdinando, director of the New Jersey Center for Public Health Preparedness, discusses the New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance.

 

Anne Hoskins Discusses the New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance's Efforts to Prepare for Climate Changes

Ann Hoskins, senior vice president for public affairs and sustainability for PSEG, discusses the New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance's efforts to help the state prepare for climate change impacts.

 

Anne Hoskins Discusses Lessons Learned from Sandy

Anne Hoskins, senior vice president for public affairs and sustainability for PSEG, discusses a few of the lessons learned from Hurricane Sandy.

 

Mark Mauriello Discusses the New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance

Mark Mauriello, director of environmental affairs and planning for Edgewood Properties, discusses the New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance.

 

Mark Mauriello Discusses the Importance of Land Use Planning in Adapting to Climate Changes

Mark Mauriello, director of environmental affairs and planning for Edgewood Properties, discusses the importance of land use planning in adapting to climate changes in New Jersey.