PRINCETON, N.J. (WPVI) --The United Nations said Monday that the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has reached a record high.
That gives new urgency to the message this group was spreading in Princeton Monday.
Representatives from Environment New Jersey laid out 50 ideas they say will help the state cut carbon emissions in the state.
Those proposals were laid out in a new report presented to lawmakers in Trenton.
Among the ideas, making electric vehicle charging stations more widely available statewide.