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We’re not doing nearly enough on climate change and here’s what that means for N.J.

We’re not doing nearly enough on climate change and here’s what that means for N.J.

Pedestrians walk past climate education sign

Pedestrians walk past climate education sign

People pass a wall that displays a message about climate eduction at COP26 U.N. Climate Summit in Glasgow, Scotland, Sunday, Oct. 31, 2021. Leaders from all walks of the globe gathered in Scotland’s largest city to discuss their plans for addressing global warming. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)AP

Scientists at recent COP26 United Nations Climate Change ConferenceGlobal warming will continue to cause disruption for many decades, warns the warning.

Although not new, the alarms prompted governments to intensify efforts in reducing the per-capita carbon footprint. This will require drastic changes in food production, distribution, housing, and personal transport, which account for about 80% of total lifestyle carbon footprints.

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