Recycling facilities are now left to rely on homeowners to follow recycling rules for curbside pickup so they can ship out a product that follows new restrictions on plastics.
The annual State of the Pinelands report describes the threats to the region and an action plan for conservation.
The Board of Public Utilities opened the process to get ideas from stakeholders to replace the incentive program with the goals of holding down solar costs and supporting the industry. The hope is to ...
The attorney general is also reviewing federal court records to understand why Florida is exempt from offshore drilling while New Jersey’s request was denied.
Pallone hopes one of the first orders of business in Congress will be a federal infrastructure bill. He says that can be the bipartisan vehicle for addressing a lot of the issues that may arise due to ...
The Water Quality Accountability Act requires the state's roughly 300 water systems to have an asset management plan in place by April.
Volunteers plant beach grass across Island Beach State Park as part of its annual conservation tradition. American beachgrass, more commonly referred to as beachgrass, gives dunes on the shore ...
Politicians and environmentalists are concerned that seismic testing will lead to drilling off the Jersey Shore that could affect the environment and the economy.
Clean Ocean Action along with Environmental Canine Services use trained canines to sniff out sources of pollution in water systems.
The Garden State recently issued the country’s biggest single-state solicitation of offshore wind to date for 1,100 megawatts of offshore wind.
New Jersey’s gotten wetter over the last couple decades, and 2018 could rank among the state’s top five wettest years.
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 ...
Environmentalists applauded Murphy’s goal of making New Jersey energy 50 percent renewable by 2030 and promoting solar and wind industries, but protesters complain that’s only half the battle.
The Central Jersey Stream Team is a group of volunteers that help clean up pollution from the state's waterways. They started with the Raritan River in 2013, and the movement is expanding.
Six years after Sandy, construction is set to begin to protect Hoboken from extreme flooding.