For three days this week, educators throughout New Jersey and New York will be talking about things like extreme weather, climate change, sea level rise and environmental stewardship with their students.
New Jersey officials have been working for months to clear Sandy debris out of the ocean and in back bays up and down the Jersey Shore, but boaters and swimmers are still being advised to stay vigilant for possible problems.
Swimmers taking a dip in the nations oceans, bays and lakes still stand a greater chance of getting sick, according to coastal advocates across the country who are planning to sue the Federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
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