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.
The plan’s just a draft. There will be public hearings before it’s adopted.
Commissioners criticized the enabling statute which didn’t let them award a smaller subsidy. They want that amended.
The energy infrastructure company built a compressor station in Roseland in 2013. The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection recently approved two freshwater wetland permits that would ...
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 ...
Environmental activists say part of the reason why they don’t support the compressor station and pipeline project is because they’ve seen firsthand the impact it has on other communities. But ...
The bipartisan legislation will now require utilities to provide more drinking water quality reports from water utilities to consumers. The government will now keep a national inventory of lead ...
You can kill the lights and watch the thermostat, but the committee drafting New Jersey’s new energy master plan wants big ideas about cutting energy consumption and saving money.
A gas-fired power plant in the Meadowlands received initial approval this week from the state Department of Environmental Protection, stirring outrage from environmental groups.
Gov. Phil Murphy joined state lawmakers to sign nuclear subsidy and renewable energy bills, despite some claiming it comes at the expense of ratepayers.
Gov. Phil Murphy has often championed his Cabinet as the most diverse in state history. Monday, three of his nominees were approved unanimously by the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Of the over 100 people who testified at Monday's Assembly Budget hearing, the majority focused on school funding.
Murphy set a goal of 3,500 megawatts of wind-generated energy by 2030.
A controversial bill would require ratepayers to foot the bill for an annual $300 million subsidy for PSEG.
Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop announced the city's lawsuit to block the proposal to build a 300-slip marina along the southern portion of Liberty State Park.