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WolfeNotes.com » This is What Sea Level Rise Might Look Like
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Saw a couple taking photos, and thought these might be good images for showing what the effects of sea level rise might look like – which is an abstraction for most folks.

This is What Sea Level Rise Might Look Like

This is What Sea Level Rise Might Look Like

High Tide After Full Moon on Delaware River In Bordentown, NJ Walking the dog late Thursday afternoon and noticed high tide had submerged benches and picnic tables. We had rain Tuesday, the river was flowing high, and a full moon, so the tide was as high as I’ve seen it. (Read more...)

Open landscape of the South Cape May Meadows is an ideal location for afternoon...

Open landscape of the South Cape May Meadows is an ideal location for afternoon…

Open landscape of the South Cape May Meadows is an ideal location for afternoon birding. Join us every Friday during the month of May from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. for A Meadows Afternoon! https://community.njaudubon.org/combined-calendarcgid=1&ceid=2472&…

A cycling trip across a continent

By pedaling 10,000 miles from Alaska to Panama City last July, Paul Mandala experienced the trip of a lifetime.

Congrats to our former trustee, John Parker, who was just named president of the...

Congrats to our former trustee, John Parker, who was just named president of the…

Congrats to our former trustee, John Parker, who was just named president of the Raritan Headwaters Association. John is a second-generation conservation leader in New Jersey. His father, the late Franklin E. Parker III, was a New Jersey Conservation Foundation trustee and president and the first chairman of the state (Read more...)

Camden Night Garden Demonstrates how Public Spaces Can Help Revitalize and Connect Neighborhoods

Camden Night Garden Demonstrates how Public Spaces Can Help Revitalize and Connect Neighborhoods

The Camden Night Garden transformed a vacant plot of land on the Delaware River into a festival of art, music, food and bicycling. | Photo: Courier-Post Online

Over 3,000 local residents and visitors came out to bike, dance, eat and celebrate at the Camden Night Garden on the Delaware River waterfront in (Read more...)

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WolfeNotes.com » Vapid Sound Bites Proliferate As We Surrender Democracy To Corporate Oligarchs
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The central point that emerges from our research is that economic elites and organized groups representing business interests have substantial independent impacts on U.S. government policy, while mass-based interest groups and average citizens have little or (Read more...)

Vapid Sound Bites Proliferate As We Surrender Democracy To Corporate Oligarchs

Princeton Research Concludes that US is an Oligarchy, Not a Democracy Governor Christie Provides A Road Map To How Oligarchs Rule NJ Media Ignores the Issue The central point that emerges from our research is that economic elites and organized groups representing business interests have substantial independent impacts on U.S. (Read more...)

Nassau County: Ready for Speed Cameras

Nassau County: Ready for Speed Cameras

The Nassau County Legislature unanimously approved a home rule message in support of speed camera enforcement yesterday. The home rule message serves to formally endorse a New York State bill that would authorize 56 speed cameras for Nassau County (one for each of Nassau County’s school districts).

Nassau County took a critical step (Read more...)

The fight against the Pinelands pipeline is far from over and neither is Governo...

The fight against the Pinelands pipeline is far from over and neither is Governo…

The fight against the Pinelands pipeline is far from over and neither is Governor Christie’s bullying. The Governor vetoed the Pinelands Commission meeting minutes calling for a 5% raise for the Commissioners. Is this intimidation & revenge on the Commission for rejecting the dirty natural gas pipeline through the Pinelands? (Read more...)