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Saturday, October 19, 2019


Salem Nuclear Power Plant

Moran: For PSEG, a windfall. For us, the shaft

TOM MORAN / STAR-LEDGER - PSEG is poised to win a massive subsidy to keep its nuclear plants open, paid for by surcharges on our electric bills of up to $3 billion [go to article]
Offshore oil drilling rig

Editorial: Watch out, offshore drillers; Jersey’s no longer a pushover

PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER - New Jersey’s new governor is reviving the state’s environmental mojo by reversing the mistakes of the Christie administration [go to article]
Teterboro Airport

Editorial: Teterboro Airport expansion could cause flooding in nearby towns

NORTHJERSEY.COM - It’s time for planners to shelve the idea of expanding the footprint of Teterboro Airport by filling in 11 acres of wetlands and adding three hangars [go to article]
Plastic bag in lake

Editorial: Plastic bag bans good by towns, better by state, best by nation

PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY - New Jersey may like to think of itself as an environmental leader, with many Superfund cleanups and lots of solar energy production [go to article]
Salem nuclear power plant, new jersey

Editorial: With bailout bill, PSEG would win, ratepayers lose

NORTHJERSEY.COM - New Jersey irony: Even a clean-energy bill isn’t clean. Public Service Enterprise Group has been seeking a state bailout for its nuclear plants [go to article]
solar field, New Jersey, energy

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]
deer, wildlife, new jersey environment news

Opinion: Deer hunting is a necessary evil for deer and people

CHRISTOPHER DOLCE / NORTHJERSEY.COM - As we go about our busy lives, the sight of deer dashing in between cars on a busy roadway is a sight [go to article]
broken water pipes

Opinion: How much water do we waste – and who is we?

DANIEL J. VAN ABS / NJ SPOTLIGHT - I recently published a report for the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) on water demands [go to article]
offshore wind turbine installation

Editorial: States could work together to optimize offshore wind energy

PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY - Giant wind turbines a dozen or so miles off the Atlantic coast have great potential to cost-effectively produce massive amounts [go to article]
new jersey oil refinery

Editorial: ExxonMobil sellout not a total loss

MYCENTRALJERSEY.COM - It’s official: Former Gov. Chris Christie stuck it to New Jersey by selling out to ExxonMobil. An appellate panel on Monday upheld [go to article]

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