“On Wednesday, before the backdrop of several large wind turbines that power the Atlantic County Utilities Authority’s wastewater treatment facility, the environmental coalition Jersey Renews held a panel conference to discuss advancing offshore wind projects in New Jersey.

The panel included voices from across all spectrums — faith leaders, environmental groups, health care and industrial groups — discussing the impacts of climate change, the future of offshore wind development in New Jersey and its economic impact.

“The science is clear. Climate change is real. Climate change is happening now, and we need to act now,” said Dan Fatton, executive director of Work Environment Council.”

Read more from Claire Lowe at The Press of Atlantic City, August 17, 2017.