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State takes steps to tap into $72.2m Volkswagen settlement

State takes steps to tap into $72.2m Volkswagen settlement

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - The state yesterday took a step to obtain $72.2 million to fund a variety [go to article]

NOAA: New Jersey will see an increase in nuisance flooding in 2017

NOAA: New Jersey will see an increase in nuisance flooding in 2017

BILL BARLOW / WHYY NEWSWORKS - For Jersey Shore residents and regular summer visitors, it's just part of life. Once in a while [go to article]

31 officials urge DEP to reject PennEast’s pipeline permit application

31 officials urge DEP to reject PennEast’s pipeline permit application

CRISTINA ROJAS / NJ.COM - Officials from more than a dozen towns are urging the state's environmental agency [go to article]

Why the Red Knot bird lives and dies by what happens here

Why the Red Knot bird lives and dies by what happens here

BILL BARLOW / WHYY NEWSWORKS - Everything is in place along the Delaware Bay beach on an early late Spring morning. The net [go to article]

EPA: Air pollution rule should be delayed – despite its effect on children

EPA: Air pollution rule should be delayed – despite its effect on children

OLIVER MILMAN / THE GUARDIAN - The Environmental Protection Agency has proposed delaying a federal air pollution rule for two years [go to article]

Opinion: No reversal on climate change from N.J. county

Opinion: No reversal on climate change from N.J. county

LOUIS CAPPELLI, JR. / SOUTH JERSEY TIMES - A little over two weeks ago, in a stunning turn of events, President Donald Trump [go to article]

Feeling the heat: How fish are migrating from warming waters

Feeling the heat: How fish are migrating from warming waters

BEN GOLDFARB / YALE ENVIRONMENT 360 - The Cape Cod Canal is a serpentine artificial waterway that winds eight miles [go to article]

NJ’s top two utilities could do more to help customers cut energy use, costs

NJ’s top two utilities could do more to help customers cut energy use, costs

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - New Jersey’s two biggest electric utilities are not measuring up to their counterparts in other states [go to article]

$500 million slotted for sewage-treatment, drinking-water systems

$500 million slotted for sewage-treatment, drinking-water systems

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - The state plans to help finance more than a half-billion dollars in clean [go to article]

Opinion: Legislature stands up to Christie on tainting state drinking water

Opinion: Legislature stands up to Christie on tainting state drinking water

JEFF TITTEL / NJ.COM - In an important step in preserving open space and drinking water in the Highlands region, the Legislature [go to article]

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