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What goes into testing New Jersey’s waters?

The New Jersey Cooperative Coastal Monitoring Program inspects water samples from oceans, lakes, bays, rivers and creeks to check for safe levels of bacteria.

A look inside the Jersey sweet corn business

New Jersey farmers harvested 59.5 million pounds of sweet corn last year, according to the NJ Department of Agriculture.

DEP holds first public hearing on statewide water supply plan

Environmentalists say the long-awaited water management blueprint doesn’t go far enough.

State lawmakers from both parties take aim at negligent landlords

Democratic and republican lawmakers push for greater accountability from landlords they claim are taking advantage of low-income families.

Trenton previews microgrid project amid statewide push for energy infrastructure upgrade

Microgrids are small-scale, localized power systems that provide back up power. If the grid goes down, critical systems can stay up.

Debate over how to spend NJ’s share of Volkswagen settlement money

Sens. Bateman and Smith want to spend New Jersey’s share of the Volkswagen settlement money on reducing diesel emissions and adding more charging stations for zero-emission vehicles.

PSEG CEO discusses his vision for the future of energy in NJ

Ralph Izzo, chairman, president and CEO of PSEG, wants to focus on reducing energy use while making it more environmentally friendly to produce.

Ortley Beach replenishment effort underway

A long-awaited beach replenishment project in Sandy-damaged shore towns is now underway and its being met with relief and resistance.

Local leaders react to President Trump’s withdrawal from Paris Climate deal

President Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris Climate Agreement has caused resistance in some while others maintain support.