by Tracey Tully, The New York Times
- A New Jersey democrat has introduced legislation that requires new building projects to account for climate resiliency and mitigating environmental impacts such as GHG emissions in order to receive government approval
- The state is currently experiencing sinking, accelerated sea-level rise, and flooding along its 130-mile coastline
- The introduction of this legislation is the first of its kind within the US and hopes to keep New Jersey’s emissions goals on target
The Climate Center aims to enact by 2025 the bold policies required by science to put California on track for decarbonization by 2030.