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Outrage Over Company Backing Out of Superfund Cleanup Through Bankruptcy

4-18-17
Three months after the EPA announced the price tag for cleaning up a Superfund site in Newark, the company that bought polluter Diamond Alkali went into bankruptcy and backed away from the cleanup, leaving public outrage in its wake.
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Osprey Population Rebounds in New Jersey

4-14-17
Back in 1975, New Jersey’s osprey population plummeted to less than 70 breeding pairs. The latest count shows 515 nesting osprey couples, most of them along Barnegat Bay.
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2017 Earth Day Events

4-14-17
Looking for a way to commemorate Earth Day? Check out this list of events in New Jersey.
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Making Eco-Friendly Products Can Also Be Profitable

4-13-17
Earth Friendly Products, which has a facility in Parsippany, is celebrating it's 50th anniversary in conjunction with global Earth Day events. Representatives say going green is good for the Earth, but also for the bottom line.
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Elementary School Students Learn Science from Future Teachers

4-10-17
William Paterson University and Paterson School 12 are partners. Students from the WPU College of Education developed lesson plans and set up interactive booths in the university’s dining hall about science, nature and the environment for elementary school students.
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Six Flags Elephant Shows Off Artistic Talent

4-7-17
Joyce, a 30-year-old African elephant at Six Flags Great Adventure, creates paintings that the theme park sells to benefit animal programs.
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Rutgers Gardens Gets National Award

4-4-17
The more than a century old Rutgers Gardens has received the rarely awarded National Horticulture Landmark Award.
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Environmental Advocates Speak Out Against Proposed EPA Cuts

4-3-17
Opponents of President Trump's proposed cuts to the Environmental Protection Agency say the reduction would lead to more pollution and dangerous conditions nationwide.
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Members of R.A.G.E. Fight JCP&L Pole Plan

3-29-17
Residents Against Giant Electric, R.A.G.E., is fighting JCP&L plans to plant poles to carry a new, 230 kilovolt electrical transmission line along railroad tracks.