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In January 2020, before the first signs of a coming pandemic hit New Jersey, Gov. Phil Murphy signed Executive Order 100, which, among other things, directed the state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to integrate climate change considerations into its regulatory and permitting programs. 

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With New Jersey facing unprecedented threats from flooding and severe weather due to climate change, Gov. Phil Murphy's Administration is making $45 million in low-interest loans available to county and municipal governments as well as private owners of dams

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According to Dr. Thomas Herrington, associate director, Urban Coast Institute at Monmouth University, sea level rise combined with increasing problematic meteorological events means climate change’s impact on New Jersey’s coast is coming sooner than what might be expected.

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Gov. Phil Murphy’s Interagency Council on Climate Resilience Oct. 12 released the final version of the state’s first Climate Change Resiliency Strategy, a science-based blueprint for protecting New Jersey’s vulnerable communities, environment, economy, and infrastructure from the impacts of climate change.