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Is Global Warming Really Slowing Down?

August 28, 2013. Is Global Warming Really Slowing Down? Professor Anthony Broccoli, a Co-Director of the Rutgers Climate Institute, was featured in a recent Mother Jones article addressing the global mean surface temperature slowdown.

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New Jersey Audubon Position—Stewardship Department Specialist

New Jersey Audubon Position—Stewardship Department Specialist. New Jersey Audubon is seeking to hire a Stewardship Department Specialist to support a variety of program delivery aspects including project tracking and reporting, budgeting, property record keeping, and implementation of fundraising events. The position is located in Port Murray, NJ and offers a salary commensurate with experience. A bachelor’s degree and a minimum of three years of experience with program and project management is required. To apply send a resume with cover letter and three professional references to John Cecil (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

The Center for Maritime Research (MARE)—People and the Sea VII Conference

The Center for Maritime Research (MARE)—People and the Sea VII Conference. baker MARE Rutgers Ph.D. student in the Department of Geography, Ariele Baker, recently attended the 7th People and the Sea Conference in Amsterdam this past June through a travel grant provided by the Rutgers Climate and Environmental Change Initiative. The conference was sponsored by the Center for Maritime Research. Ariele, along with two other Rutgers Ph.D. students, Angela Oberg, student in Planning at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, and Julia Flagg, a PhD student in Sociology at Rutgers. They were part of an interdisciplinary team researching the effects of Hurricane Sandy on fishing communities in New Jersey. Their research is focused on the ways different fishing communities experienced Sandy, with preliminary results showing differential effects between commercial and recreational fishing communities.

Victoria Nielsen - Climate Access Intern

v nielsenMeet Climate Access intern Victoria Nielsen, graduate student working towards a Master’s of Public Policy, with a concentration in Environmental and Energy Policy. To become a Climate Access Intern in the spring 2014 semester, see information here

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