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Superfund sign

Opinion: Americans need a real Superfund policy, not symbolism

ELGIE HOLSTEIN / WASHINGTON POST - Because more than 50 million Americans live near toxic Superfund sites, it would be a very positive development [go to article]
solar, wind energy

Op-ed: There’s an affordable path to clean energy for New Jersey

ANDREW ZWICKER / NJ SPOTLIGHT - Sometimes, the way forward becomes incredibly clear. That's how I felt sitting in the audience as the New Jersey Conservation Foundation [go to article]
Wind energy

Opinion: Turning a mandate on clean energy into action

ALANNA JAMIESON / HUDSON REPORTER - The new governor of New Jersey has a mandate to speed up our state’s shift to clean, renewable, homegrown energy [go to article]
Six Flags Great Adventure

Persistence pays off in Six Flags fight

JANET TAURO / APP.COM - The late, great former Gov. Brendan Byrne, a Pinelands champion, had a saying for those who fought for the environment, “It’s a battle everyday!” [go to article]
NJ Environment News, Murphy

Opinion: Murphy’s political climate change on environment

HARRIET SHUGARMAN and ALLAN MARGOLIN / NORTHJERSEY.COM - During his inaugural speech, Gov. Phil Murphy said, “A stronger and fairer New Jersey [go to article]
Exxon sign, nj environment news

Opinion: ExxonMobil, other known polluters should pay for climate damage

KEN ADAMS and RICHARD WILES / STAR-LEDGER - The bills for climate change are coming due sooner than expected, with damages mounting from hurricanes [go to article]
Salem nuclear power plant, new jersey

Op-ed: Nuclear subsidy battle is not over

STEVEN S. GOLDENBERG / NJ SPOTLIGHT - Opponents of PSEG's nuclear subsidy bill applauded former Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto's refusal to post the bill [go to article]
Penneast pipeline, new jersey environment news

Editorial: PennEast fight not over yet

DAILY RECORD - The controversial PennEast pipeline project received a significant and entirely expected boost last week from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) [go to article]
Hackensack River, NJ Environment News

Editorial: Hackensack River – a simmering toxic stew

NORTHJERSEY.COM - The Hackensack River is a toxic stew, having been savagely polluted for several decades. An Environmental Protection Agency sampling in recent years [go to article]
new jersey environment news, Trump

Trump isn’t reporting CO2 emissions, ending an era of global transparency

NATE HULTMAN and PAUL BODNAR / THE HILL - On New Year’s Day, the Trump administration missed an important deadline. It wasn’t related to the debt ceiling, DACA [go to article]

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