NJ joins multi-state plan to curb pollution from trucks, buses, other vehicles

Newark, NJ environment news

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT – New Jersey is joining a regional effort to reduce carbon pollution from the transportation sector, the biggest source of greenhouse gas emissions contributing to climate change.

Yesterday’s announcement comes on the heels of the state’s move one day earlier to rejoin a multi-state effort to curb carbon pollution from power plants. The latter is seen as a signal of the Murphy administration’s commitment to more aggressive policies to deal with global warming in a state that’s among the most vulnerable to rising sea levels …

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