Reports prepared on behalf of the New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance include:
A series of "Working Briefs" in six sectors are available that are designed to provide information about anticipated impacts and risks from climate change in each of these six sectors, potential economic impacts, and leading preparedness practices. These reports as well as information about climate trends and projections and understanding climate impacts for New Jersey are available here.
The New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance released its policy gap analysis in December 2013:
New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance (NJCAA). 2013. Resilience. Preparing New Jersey for Climate Change. A Gap Analysis from the New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance. Edited by Matt Campo, Marjorie Kaplan, Jeanne Herb. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University.
The New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance has undertaken extensive stakeholder engagement to contribute to the development of climate preparedness and adaptation policy recommendations for New Jersey. A series of surveys has been conducted and are summarized here.
The Alliance has worked with various partners to engage stakeholders and practitioners throughout New Jersey through meetings and workshops to better understand gaps in public policy. Summaries of these efforts, organized by topic areas can be found as follows:
- Coastal Community
- Emergency Management
- Natural Resources
- Public Health
- Transportation - Coming Soon
- Social Services
- Water Resources
Read the report Vulnerable Populations to Climate Change in New Jersey.