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N.J. makes case for pollution settlement with Exxon

SCOTT FALLON / THE RECORD - In response to the thousands of comments opposing its $225 million settlement with Exxon Mobil, the Christie [go to article]

DEP, Exxon Mobil move to block Lesniak, ‘green’ groups from joining case

DEP, Exxon Mobil move to block Lesniak, ‘green’ groups from joining case

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - The proposed settlement with Exxon Mobil to resolve a longstanding pollution case is getting [go to article]

‘No evidence of collusion’ in Exxon pollution deal, state’s lawyers say

‘No evidence of collusion’ in Exxon pollution deal, state’s lawyers say

S. P. SULLIVAN / NJ.COM - State officials are looking to block a coalition of environmental groups and a ranking Democratic state lawmaker from [go to article]

Opinion: Fracking and natural gas’s dirty little secret – fugitive methane emissions

Opinion: Fracking and natural gas’s dirty little secret – fugitive methane emissions

R. WILLIAM POTTER / NJ SPOTLIGHT - In energy circles, conventional wisdom holds that natural gas is the ideal clean and cheap [go to article]

Land acquisition expands Pine Barrens preserve to over 10,000 acres

NJ CONSERVATION FOUNDATION - The Franklin Parker Preserve in the Pine Barrens has just expanded to more than 10,000 acres, thanks to New Jersey Conservation [go to article]

Podcast – The Green Hour: Energy Efficiency

THE GREEN HOUR -The cheapest energy is the energy we don’t use. It also has the lowest carbon footprint. And there is significant [go to article]

New Jersey won’t budge on sewerage permits

JAMES M. O'NEILL / THE RECORD - New Jersey has denied requests from 18 towns or utilities across the state to ignore new [go to article]

Christie signs Liberty State Park bill

DUSTIN RACIOPPI and SCOTT FALLON / THE RECORD - Governor Christie signed into law Monday night a bill intended to quell concerns over the future [go to article]

Report: Hudson River most polluted between North Jersey and NYC

ERIN DELMORE / NJTV - Rosa Montemarano and Angela Gallina live in Cliffside Park, overlooking the Hudson River. And while they’ll look, they [go to article]

Shed light on crude oil shipments

DOMINICK MARINO and DEBRA COYLE McFADDEN / COURIER-POST - Should corporate secrecy come before protection of human lives? That question was raised dramatically [go to article]

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