Duke Farms in Hillsborough is one of the largest privately owned pieces of undeveloped land in New Jersey. The property encompasses many types of animal habitats, as well as extensive education and research programs. In June of this year, the organization hosted its first “Duke Dialogues,” an hour-long conversation about issues of importance to the conservation community. The subject? Climate change, and its impact, both worldwide and in New Jersey.
The panel included: Dr. Robin Leichenko, professor of geography at Rutgers University and co-director of the Rutgers Climate Institute; Dr. Anthony Broccoli, professor of atmospheric science in the department of environmental sciences at Rutgers University, where he also serves as co-director of the Rutgers Climate Institute; and Duke Farms Executive Director Michael Catania.
This video was produced by Greener New Jersey Productions.