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.
Helium is used in things like airbags, fiber optics, deep sea diving, in NASA’s rocket fuel engines and in MRI machines.
Gov. Murphy has proposed an ambitious energy plan, but the rollout of clean energy will be costly.
The plan’s just a draft. There will be public hearings before it’s adopted.
Rising temperatures and sea levels are threatening the health and well-being of New Jersey’s residents.
New Jersey regulators have denied key permits for a hotly contested pipeline project that would carry natural gas from Pennsylvania to New York, but they're allowing an Oklahoma company to try again.
Citizens call for abandoning the privatization plan or putting the issue up for referendum in the fall.
Last year New Jersey reported its highest number of West Nile virus cases with more than 60 cases identified in 20 counties.
For years, the Union County Courthouse has been a favorite place for female peregrine falcons to nest.
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 ...