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160322Vannozzi

Opposition to Approved NJ Natural Gas Pipeline Continues

3-22-16
Opponents of the New Jersey Natural Gas pipeline have vowed to fight it in court with municipalities lobbying elected officials for their help.
160317Flanagan

Report: Sea Level Rise Could Displace Hundreds of Thousands in NJ

3-17-16
A study found a three-foot sea level rise could displace more than 300,000 New Jersey residents. A six-foot increase could force more than 800,000 New Jersey residents to relocate.
160317Cecil

VP of Stewardship for NJ Audubon Society Talks Plans to Preserve Sparta Mountain Forest

3-17-16
Vice President of Stewardship for New Jersey Audubon Society John Cecil talks about the Sparta Mountain Forest Stewardship Plan to preserve the Sparta Mountain Forests.
160316Hill

EPA to Try Two Cleanup Methods in Pompton Lakes

3-16-16
Groundwater beneath Pompton Lakes homes is a health threat because of a DuPont plant where munitions were made. The EPA is now trying two different methods to try to address pollution concerns.
160314Smith

Can New Jersey Use 80 Percent Renewable Energy by 2050?

3-14-16
A bill seeking to make New Jersey predominately dependent on renewable energy by the year 2050 is being reintroduced after Gov. Christie previously pocket vetoed it.
160308Delmore

Aerial Saw Saves Crews Time Trimming Trees

3-8-16
The aerial saw, with its 10 spinning blades that are suspended from a helicopter, has the potential to save JCP&L crews time and effort when it comes to trimming trees.
160304Hill

Companies to Pay $1.4B to Clean Up Passaic River

3-4-16
The EPA announced it will get dozens of companies to pay $1.4 billion to clean up toxic waste they dumped into the lower eight miles of the Passaic River for decades.
160226Flanagan

Fishing for Energy Project Turns Marine Debris Into Energy

2-26-16
Old crab pots litter the sea floor. Energy company Covanta is converting that debris into electricity.
Climate change is forcing some species of migrating fish to shift their range toward the poles, which means big changes for people whose livelihoods depend on those fish.

Climate Change Takes from the Poor, Gives to the Rich, Study Finds

2-24-16
As fish and other natural resources move in response to climate change, wealth moves with them.
160223Hill

Water Tampers with Fish Hormones, Causing Males to Develop Female Traits

2-23-16
The U.S. Geological Survey has found water is tampering with the hormones of male bass, causing them to develop female reproductive traits.