NJ state climatologist confirms climate change is caused by human activity

CHERRY HILL — (SBN) — Global climate change is real, and a “preponderance of the scientific evidence” suggests that it is caused mainly by human activity, Dr. David Robinson, New Jersey’s state climatologist, told about 65 people at a Sustainable Cherry Hill panel discussion last night.

Robinson, a geology professor at Rutgers University, pointed to several climate trends, including the fact that three of the warmest years on record have taken place since 1980, and the three warmest summers have taken place since 2005.

You can hear more, including interviews with Robinson and with Sustainable Cherry Hill Vice Chair Scott Downie, in the video news report below, anchored by our news director, Steve Lubetkin.

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Steve Lubetkin
Steve Lubetkin is the news director for StateBroadcastNews.com. Steve’s journalism background includes print and broadcast reporting for NJ news organizations. Since 2015 he has been the New Jersey and Philadelphia editor for GlobeSt.com. His video work for GlobeSt.com has been honored by the Garden State Journalists Association, and he has also been recognized for video by the New Jersey Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. He has produced audio podcasts on CRE topics for the NAR Commercial Division and the CCIM Institute. Steve has also served (from August 2017 to March 2018) as national broadcast news correspondent for CEOReport.com, a news website focused on practical advice for senior executives in small- and medium-sized companies. Steve also reports on-camera and covers conferences for NJSpotlight.com, a public policy news coverage website focused on New Jersey government and industry; and for clients of StateBroadcastNews.com, a division of The Lubetkin Media Companies LLC. Steve has been the computer columnist for the Jewish Community Voice of Southern New Jersey, since 1996. Steve is co-author, with Toronto-based podcasting pioneer Donna Papacosta, of the book, The Business of Podcasting: How to Take Your Podcasting Passion from the Personal to the Professional. You can email Steve at steve@statebroadcastnews.com.