40.9 F
Wednesday, November 30, 2022


Trump NEPA announcement

Opinion: We can’t trust Trump to update a critical environmental law, professors say

STUART SHAPIRO and MICHAEL GREENBERG / STAR-LEDGER - Earlier this month, the Trump Administration’s Council on Environmental Quality proposed changes [go to article]
oil in water, pollution

Opinion: New utilities would help NJ fight flooding and pollution

JOHN A. THONET and STEPHEN J. SOUZA / NJ SPOTLIGHT - 2018 will be one of the wettest years on record for the Garden State, and all that rain has resulted [go to article]
Salem Nuclear Power Plant

Opinion: Retiring our nuclear plants would be a costly mistake, former federal energy official...

SUSAN TIERNEY / NJ.COM - New Jersey has seen the effects of the changing climate, and the state is stepping up to address it in a big way [go to article]
new jersey environment news, Trump

Editorial: MAGA – Making Asbestos Great Again?

STAR-LEDGER - Asbestos, which most people falsely assume has already been banned, still causes thousands of deaths a year. A study last year [go to article]
Algae bloom at Spruce Run Reservoir

Opinion: Lake closings are a wake-up call

RARITAN HEADWATERS ASSOCIATION - It’s a recipe for water disaster: Take the increased rainfall of New Jersey’s changing climate and add excessive use [go to article]
pumping gas in car at gas station

Opinion: If N.J. should divest from guns, why not from fossil fuels?

TINA WEISHAUS / NJ SPOTLIGHT - I applaud the recent support by Gov. Phil Murphy and Senate President Steve Sweeney for divesting the New Jersey public pension [go to article]
Hurricane Sandy damaged home, Mantoloking beach

Environmental group asks: 7 years after Sandy are we ready for the next disaster?

DEBRA COYLE MCFADDEN / STAR-LEDGER - This week marks the 7th anniversary of Hurricane Sandy. We all remember the fear and anxiety that gripped communities [go to article]
EV, new jersey energy

Opinion: New Jersey needs to charge ahead with electric vehicles

NORAH LANGWEILER / NJ SPOTLIGHT - Electric vehicles and charging infrastructure are essential for reducing emissions [go to article]

Follow us


Breaking News