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Dr. Nicole Vaughn (second from right), Rowan Engineering without Borders and Cooper Medical Students stands at a community garden, Cooper Sprouts in Camden, N.J. (Photo: Essence Holman / South Jersey Climate News)
Camden’s urban farmers look for innovative ways to solve water challenges
Essence Holman, Staff Writer • April 3, 2024

How climate change impacts fishing on intercoastal waterways

Sea level rise and warming ocean temperatures can have a significant impact on fish — and fishing — along intercostal waterways, where fish depend on a delicate mix of fresh and salt water. But there is hope for reducing carbon emissions through ocean-based renewal energy sources.

This video essay was created for Dr. Andra Garner’s “Global Climate Crisis” course at Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey. Republished with permission of the student and the professor.

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