Rutgers profs try to warm Christie up on climate change

In our Friday post, Climate change, Governor Christie and the 'birthers', we mentioned that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who admits he's not sure what to believe about climate change, had agreed to meet with university researchers who are convinced that global warming is a consequence of human activity and requires government action.

That meeting has taken place. The Christie Administration had no immediate comment following the informal May 17 session, but environment correspondent Ed Rodgers filed
this video report for NJN News.

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