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Environmentalists Head Back to Court to Be Heard in ExxonMobil Case

7-29-15
Five "green" groups have asked an appellate panel to let them intervene in the controversial legal action.
150727Wanko

Helping Hearts Rescues Horses

7-27-15
Helping Hearts Equine Rescue in Perrineville gives horses a second chance at life.
150724Delmore

Gypsy Moth Caterpillars Wreak Havoc on North Jersey Trees

7-24-15
The gypsy moth population is booming in North Jersey, which is bad news for trees since the caterpillars are voracious leaf eaters.
150723Wanko

Hot, Dry Weather Helps Grapes Thrive

7-23-15
The hot, dry weather New Jersey has been experiencing is good for growing grapes.
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As Old Computer Monitors and Electronics Pile Up, Environmental Risk Grows

7-21-15
Many e-waste recyclers can no longer find vendors interested in their offerings, increasing the likelihood that lead will leach into soil.
150720Wanko

NJDEP Monitors Water Quality from the Air

7-20-15
The NJDEP Bureau of Marine Water Monitoring flies over the coast six days a week to ensure the water is safe for swimmers.
150717Wanko

High School Students Work with College Professors to Minimize Jellyfish Population

7-17-15
High school students in the Weston Science Scholars Program get to work with Montclair State University professors for hands-on experience in scientific research.
150715Wanko

Thunderstorm Cuts Belmar’s Sandcastle Contest Short

7-15-15
Although a thunderstorm cleared the beach in Belmar during the 29th New Jersey Sandcastle Contest, people still participated and will be awarded prizes.
150714Hill

Stevens Students Build Sustainable House for Solar Decathlon

7-14-15
Stevens Institute of Technology students have created a sustainable house using solar power for the U.S. Department of Energy contest Solar Decathlon 2015. They say it is a useful design for the Jersey Shore.
150713Flanagan

NJ Blue Holes Can be Beautiful But Deadly

7-13-15
Old quarries that have filled with water form blue holes in New Jersey. The picturesque places look like swimming pools, but some have drowned in the very deep, cold waters.