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Opinion: New Jersey can’t afford to miss out on benefits of electric vehicles

PAMELA FRANK / NJ SPOTLIGHT - Fifty years ago, the Delaware Memorial Bridge was dedicated to carry the tremendous flow of traffic and commerce between [go to article]
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Editorial: Another fine N.J. mess from ExxonMobil

SOUTH JERSEY TIMES - This time, here’s hoping ExxonMobil doesn’t get away with it — the same way that the oil and petrochemical giant did with an outrageous settlement [go to article]

Editorial: Not to burst your balloon, but N.J. should ban these displays

SOUTH JERSEY TIMES - In the category of “every litter bit hurts,” it’s good to see that once- controversial bans on mass releases of balloons are starting [go to article]
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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]
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Opinion: Sure, PSE&G can help us have a clean energy future, but without them...

DAVID CRANE / STAR-LEDGER - New Jerseyans, under the Murphy Administration, can now dream of the day when clean energy powers our lives, provides jobs to our kids [go to article]
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Opinion: PennEast setback a huge victory for preserved land in NJ and beyond

MICHELE S. BYERS / NJ CONSERVATION FOUNDATION - The land conservation community in New Jersey was stunned five years ago when the private, for-profit PennEast pipeline company [go to article]

Opinion: N.J. dodged a bullet in Philly refinery blast. Will we be so lucky...

DEBRA COYLE MCFADDEN / SOUTH JERSEY TIMES - In South Jersey, this year we have a big reason to be grateful [go to article]
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Opinion: Addressing the challenges of transitioning NJ to a new energy future

FRANK A. FELDER / NJ SPOTLIGHT - As the state puts its finishing touches on its Energy Master Plan, it is worth taking a step back and discussing [go to article]

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