A new state-led effort is working to shore up New Jersey’s coastal future in light of scientists’ grim predictions about climate change.
Green water means less green at cash registers and, for now, the state DEP can just keep testing the water.
The DEP has no timeline for reexamining the rules for public access beaches, but given the contentious history of the issue, it’s bound to be a robust discussion.
That dangerous rash-inducing cyanobacteria that closed Lake Hopatcong last week remains.
Protections like sea walls and tide gates are a major part of New Jersey's plans to protect coastal areas from flooding. But some communities are also enlisting help from nature.
The state Department of Environmental Protection adopted official rules for how the state will implement the cap-and-trade program to limit carbon dioxide emissions.
With Gov. Phil Murphy’s signature, the state has broadened the public’s access to beaches and waterfront areas, but even advocates say more needs to be done to ensure New Jersey’s shoreline is ...
The seedlings, which are grown at the New Jersey Forest Service Nursery, are available at nearly 120 distribution sites.
Commissioners Asaro-Angelo and McCabe answered questions from the Senate Budget Committee about the proposed FY 2020 budget.
NJ Attorney General Gurbir Grewal says the lawsuit sends a message to companies that they will be held accountable for contaminating the state's resources.
It’ll cost over $75 million to complete the entire residential project. Until then the city continues handing out water filters, roughly 33,000 to date.
A decade ago the State Department of Environmental Protection agreed to rank it's most contaminated sites. Those rankings never happened.
According to EPA's annual Toxic Release Inventory report, NJ has considerably cut back its pollution output in the past two decades. But environmentalists are worried that recent rollbacks from the ...
The Department of Environmental Protection announced the first projects that will be funded with money from the federal Volkswagen settlement.
Trenton Mayor Reed Gusciora says the city has made improving water quality a top priority since he took office in July.