Some New Jersey towns like Paramus are eliminating single-use plastic bags and polystyrene containers from use in stores.
Once lit up for the family and friends to see, some Christmas trees are finding a second life.
The NJ Department of Environmental Protection and scientists are urging prompt and meaningful action to combat climate change.
Liberty State Park is the focus of a battle pitting birders, preservationists and some elected officials against billionaire Paul Fireman, who wants the 21-acre Caven Point parcel for a three-hole ...
A consortium created nearly a decade ago by Northeast and Middle Atlantic states to devise regional strategies for the reduction of greenhouse gases issued a draft plan Tuesday that would impose a cap ...
An interstate battle over a New York City homeless program that has relocated more than 2,000 families to New Jersey intensified Monday with word that the city of Elizabeth was seeking to challenge ...
Teens from across New Jersey left college and high school classes Friday to march to demand action on climate change.
A long-dormant bill that adds NJ to the list of states banning single-use bags for consumers was given new life Thursday.
Local officials in Paterson have long dreamed of a renaissance in their gritty town -- now the state is stepping in to help revitalize the ruins of its long-abandoned factories and mills.
Frank Pallone attended a recent United Nations climate conference, where Congressional Democrats vowed support for the Paris climate accord.
Gaul's book "The Geography of Risk" examines rebuilding efforts along the coast as development and climate change intensify. But who’s really paying the price?
Former Vice President Al Gore joined Gov. Phil Murphy for the signing of an executive order on offshore wind on Tuesday.
The algae turned lake water into a thick, pea soup-like pool, leading to swimming advisories and major losses for the tourism industry.
NJTV News Business Correspondent Rhonda Schaffler spoke with ProPublica reporter Talia Buford about the surcharges that many people may not notice on their utility bill.
The private owners of a popular New Jersey beach are building a wall — and they're paying for it, too.