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Offshore oil drilling rig

Editorial: Atlantic drilling issue dries up again, without lasting resolution

PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY - The curtain has come down on the latest episode of “to drill or not to drill in the Atlantic.” It ran two years, just a bit [go to article]
Delaware Bayshore, New Jersey

Editorial: Beyond the hype, new worries about health and Delaware Bay

SOUTH JERSEY TIMES - Put this one in your mental “Now I have to worry about this?” file, which, hopefully, includes some concerns about the effects of global “heating,” [go to article]
Algae, cyanobacteria

DEP commissioner: Here’s why it’s harmful to swim in some of N.J.’s most popular...

CATHERINE R. MCCABE / STAR-LEDGER - There’s been a lot of attention lately to the harmful algal blooms that have erupted in some of New Jersey’s favorite lakes [go to article]
Plastic bags at Walmart

Editorial: NJ single-use-plastic ban takes shape as towns keep pressure on

THE PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY - The statewide movement to prohibit single-use plastic bags has grown since it started four years ago in Jersey Shore municipalities [go to article]

Commentary: On air pollution, eastern states are right to point fingers

LUCAS HENNEMAN and CORWIN ZIGLER / BLOOMBERG ENVIRONMENT - New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut filed a lawsuit [go to article]
Hudson Farms open space preservation

Editorial: Get the green going for land preservation

NORTHJERSEY.COM - New Jersey is about to be flush with some fresh cash to pour into its open spaces [go to article]
new jersey solar power, wind energy

A ‘Green New Deal’ sounds like pie in the sky. But we need it.

EUGENE ROBINSON / WASHINGTON POST - Let’s consider some real news, for a change: Last year was officially proclaimed the fourth-warmest on record; scientists predict [go to article]

Editorial: NJ must start over on updating rules to control stormwater runoff

PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY - The DEP’s first major regulatory proposal under the administration of Gov. Phil Murphy has stumbled badly and will need to be rethought [go to article]
electric vehicle charging station

Here’s why an environmentalist says electric vehicles are the best hope for our climate

DOUG O'MALLEY / STAR-LEDGER - Earth Day 2019 was celebrated in Jersey City with an urgent call to action. Mayor Steven Fulop and members [go to article]

Editorial: Anti-Sopranos Bill will stop the mob from dumping toxic debris all over New...

STAR-LEDGER - Little known fact: Tony Soprano stayed in New Jersey because the waste management business was easy money if you made up the rules. Still is, in fact [go to article]

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