Trump's expected withdrawal from climate pact could have dire consequences for New Jersey
The Record, Scott Fallon , Staff Writer, May 31, 2017
Rising sea levels would destroy hundreds of millions of dollars' worth of property along the Jersey Shore and North Jersey riverbanks. Warmer temperatures would prolong droughts, tax water supplies and damage New Jersey's $1 billion farming industry. And extreme storms like Hurricane Sandy would become more frequent.
These experts say it may actually be best if the U.S. left the Paris climate agreement
The Washington Post, By Chelsea Harvey May 31
But even as climate scientists and activists continue to urge the president not to withdraw from the agreement,...a small group of experts has begun to argue that a withdrawal may actually be for the best.