Environmentalists protested expansion of the Roseland compressor station and call on Murphy to halt all fossil fuel projects. The demonstration that started in chants ended in arrests.
Rutgers University has been on the forefront of agricultural innovation since the founding of Cook College in 1862.
More than 800 donated Christmas trees are being recycled to help raise the elevation of marshlands and create new habitats for animals.
Gov. Murphy signed legislation to both fight hunger and reduce food waste in the Garden State.
The new chemical will coat pipes to prevent water from being in contact with the walls of the lead pipe. But experts warn it will take at least six months to start working, if not longer.
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.
A joint legislative committee heard the impact of climate change and ways to mitigate it from invited speakers who spoke about how the state can play a role.
At Monmouth University’s Climate Conference experts discuss effects of climate change, especially in New Jersey.
Commissioners criticized the enabling statute which didn’t let them award a smaller subsidy. They want that amended.
The Board of Public Utilities voted 4-1 to approve the bailout at a packed meeting Thursday in the State House annex.
Murphy’s ultimate goal: making New Jersey’s energy sources 100% renewable by 2050. Environmental advocates say that should include a moratorium on new fossil fuel infrastructure.
Murphy, who's made one of the largest commitments to wind energy in the nation, used the platform to announce the creation of the New Jersey Offshore Wind Supply Chain Registry.
Murphy came to announce new funding. The venue was the Shark River Municipal Marina. It washed away in Superstorm Sandy, the governor said, and has been rebuilt stronger.
Could Bloomfield's Lion Gate Municipal Complex represent the next generation of green infrastructure and resiliency projects?