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Thursday, June 27, 2019


Murphy at Princeton Andlinger Center

Editorial: Lofty goals on clean energy, but will there be follow-up?

NORTHJERSEY.COM - A chief frustration with the Murphy administration in Trenton is not that it doesn’t have big ideas. It has plenty of them [go to article]

U.N. report sounds alarm on nature’s decline

MICHELE S. BYERS / NJ CONSERVATION FOUNDATION - Would you care if northeastern beach tiger beetles and arogos skipper butterflies disappeared? [go to article]
solar field, New Jersey, energy

Opinion: The road ahead for New Jersey’s climate leadership

FRED KRUPP / NJ SPOTLIGHT - With the impacts of global warming hitting New Jersey and everywhere, the science is clear: To avoid the catastrophic costs of unchecked climate [go to article]
Salem nuclear power plant, new jersey

Editorial: Stop spinning wheels on nuclear waste disposal

SOUTH JERSEY TIMES - One sure way not to make disposal of nuclear waste from New Jersey electricity plants and others less of a problem is to label it as less of a problem [go to article]
new jersey solar power, wind energy

Opinion: The benefits of renewable energy include less pollution, more jobs, lower costs

MICHELE S. BYERS / NJ CONSERVATION FOUNDATION - While Washington turns it back on climate change, New Jersey is busy reclaiming its national leadership [go to article]
Oysters, NJ environment news

Editorial: DEP caution with oyster ventures benefits public, shellfish industry

PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY - The return of oysters as an important part of New Jersey’s shellfish industry has been good news for commercial operators and seafood fans [go to article]
PennEast Pipeline protest sign

Opinion: Penneast pipeline doesn’t go with a clean-energy future

BRANDON MCKOY / NJ SPOTLIGHT - While we share a border and general appreciation for a good bagel, New Jersey and New York are different — especially when [go to article]
Governor Phil Murphy

Editorial: Murphy kept his promise to restore the Pinelands Commission

STAR-LEDGER - There is no more important environmental planning board in our state than the Pinelands Commission. Its 15 members are responsible for the stewardship [go to article]

More natural gas isn’t a “middle ground” – it’s a climate disaster

DAVID ROBERTS / VOX - Expert opinion on climate change policy has been evolving quickly. The opinion of policymakers has not always kept up. One area where this split [go to article]
Students protest climate change

Opinion: It’s our turn to step up and save our environment

DENNIS ZHANG / NORTHJERSEY.COM - When I started high school three years ago, my passion was running. I spent a lot of time on local trails with my running group [go to article]

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