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What EPA funding cuts would mean for New Jersey

What EPA funding cuts would mean for New Jersey

ERIN DELMORE / NJTV NEWS - “This should alarm all New Jerseyans,” said Sen. Cory Booker. President Trump’s proposed budget is predictably [go to article]

Atlantic City and Miami Beach: two takes on tackling the rising waters

Atlantic City and Miami Beach: two takes on tackling the rising waters

OLIVER MILMAN / THE GUARDIAN - The Irish Pub near Atlantic City’s famed boardwalk doesn’t have any locks on the doors as it is open [go to article]

Out of consensus and contention, an energy-efficiency portfolio emerges

Out of consensus and contention, an energy-efficiency portfolio emerges

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - Worried that the state is not doing enough to curb energy use, an initiative to promote [go to article]

Lawmakers want NJ back in greenhouse gas reduction program

Lawmakers want NJ back in greenhouse gas reduction program

PHIL GREGORY / WBGO - New Jersey lawmakers are trying again to get the state back into the Regional Greenhouse Gas [listen to audio]

Booker, Menendez highlight PennEast concerns in letter to regulator

KEVIN SHEA / NJ.COM - As a key environmental report on the billion dollar PennEast pipeline project looms, New Jersey's two United [go to article]

How would you spend $72M to reduce air pollution in New Jersey?

MICHAEL SYMONS / NJ 101.5 - New Jersey could soon receive a $72 million share from Volkswagen’s settlement of emissions-cheating allegations, and there’s no shortage [go to article]

Water-borne chemicals near military base exceed EPA health guidelines

JON HURDLE / NJ SPOTLIGHT - Two chemicals that have been linked to cancer and other diseases have been found in a Burlington [go to article]

Preserved farm protects Readington’s historic character

NJ CONSERVATION FOUNDATION - Back in the late 1700s, a German indentured servant named Casper Berger repaid his debt and became a free man [go to article]

Highlands Council commits nearly $9 million to protect properties

MARK KITCHIN / NEW JERSEY HILLS - Nearly $9 million will be distributed to protect more than 3,000 acres of land in the Highlands [go to article]

Trump’s budget means trouble for NJ environment, experts warn

Trump’s budget means trouble for NJ environment, experts warn

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - Fewer dollars to clean up hazardous-waste sites. No money to test water quality at coastal beaches [go to article]

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