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trump, pruitt, new jersey environment news

Analysis: On one hand, Pruitt is a huge ethical headache. On the other, he’s...

PHILIP BUMP / WASHINGTON POST - There were two competing news stories centered on Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt on Tuesday morning [go to article]
Oyster Creek nuclear plant new jersey

Editorial: Take deeper dive into Camden firm’s nuke-plant promises

SOUTH JERSEY TIMES - Holtec International has been in the news mostly because the technology company took a controversial $260 million bite of a New Jersey tax [go to article]
High Point, NJ Highlands

Editorial: A win and a loss on Highlands protections

NORTHJERSEY.COM - When it comes to protecting the environment – the water we drink and the air we breathe – those who have fought the good fight in New Jersey [go to article]
Wind turbines in fog

Opinion: We’re at the start of a new movement, and N.J. is leading it

JAMES J. FLORIO / STAR-LEDGER - To effectuate major public policy changes, it is helpful, if not essential, for a citizen movement to lead the cause [go to article]
Fracking

The new climate math: The numbers keep getting more frightening

BILL MCKIBBEN / YALE ENVIRONMENT 360 - Climate change is many things — a moral issue, a question of intergenerational justice, an economic threat [go to article]
Fishing boats, Cape May, NJ

Editorial: Shifting fish giving New Jersey an early global warming challenge

PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY - The slow warming of the Earth someday will require difficult adaptations in many sectors of society, for example farming, energy and insurance [go to article]
Murphy announces fracking ban

Opinion: Sweeney stands in way of Murphy’s clean-energy agenda

JOCELYN SAWYER / BURLINGTON COUNTY TIMES - During his successful campaign for governor, Phil Murphy made a range of bold environmental promises for the post-Christie era [go to article]
lead poisoning, paint, new jersey environment

Opinion: Lead dust is poisoning our children, community group says

MARTY JOHNSON and ELYSE PIVNICK / STAR-LEDGER - Governor Phil Murphy has announced a $500 million state investment to eliminate lead from water lines [go to article]
Salem nuclear power plant, new jersey

Opinion: Paying to preserve our nuclear plants is money well spent, legislator says

TROY SINGLETON / STAR-LEDGER - Last April, I was proud to be part of a bipartisan coalition of state legislators who started New Jersey on the path toward a clean [go to article]
straws

Editorial: Plastic bags, straws, Styrofoam. Why we need to ditch them all.

TIMES OF TRENTON - It's hard not to get discouraged reading about the White House's assault on breathable air, clean drinking water and toxin-free foods [go to article]

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