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Tuesday, May 11, 2021


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Opinion: One bill could supercharge Trenton’s transportation, jobs and clean air

REED GUSCIORA and ANDRE THOMAS / TIMES OF TRENTON - Creating a healthy and sustainable Trenton requires access to family-sustaining jobs [go to article]
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Opinion: Before another shutdown, let’s not repeat Beachgate – Keep our parks open this...

ERIC STILES / NJ.COM - It's been a year since the famous Fourth of July shutdown of New Jersey's beaches and parks, the victims of Trenton politics [go to article]
Global warming model

Opinion: Time to panic

DAVID WALLACE-WELLS / NY TIMES - The age of climate panic is here. Last summer, a heat wave baked the entire Northern Hemisphere, killing dozens [go to article]
Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey

Editorial: After Sandy, a lack of progress

MYCENTRALJERSEY.COM - Five years after Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey keeps its fingers crossed that another superstorm of its kind isn’t looming [go to article]

Opinion: State must play critical role in pollinator protection

KELLY MOOIJ / NJ SPOTLIGHT - Pollinators — animals that move pollen from one plant to another while feeding — enable the production of fruits and seeds [go to article]
Plastic bag in tree

Editorial: New Jersey needs to ban single-use plastic bags – now

NORTHJERSEY.COM - A comprehensive ban on plastic bags, believed to be one of the strictest measures in the nation, seems close [go to article]
Penneast pipeline, new jersey environment news

Editorial: PennEast fight not over yet

DAILY RECORD - The controversial PennEast pipeline project received a significant and entirely expected boost last week from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) [go to article]
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Opinion: Let’s not bank on natural gas. Renewable energy is already cheap and reliable.

TOM GILBERT / STAR-LEDGER - The crafting of New Jersey’s new Energy Master Plan is taking place against a backdrop of a considerably changed energy [go to article]
Red knot

Editorial: South Jersey’s famous shorebird invasion worth restoring

PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY - Soon after the founding of the United States, the father of American ornithology, Alexander Wilson, was studying its birds in South Jersey [go to article]
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Editorial: Going solar could pay out even more cash in N.J.

TIMES OF TRENTON - Proponents of clean energy have reason to cheer this week with news that state lawmakers are embracing a policy offering businesses [go to article]

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