Students at Raritan Valley Community College, Rutgers and Stevens Institute of Technology work in various ways to minimize people's impact on the environment.
New Jersey is in the midst of a lingering dry spell and it’s got fire officials on high alert.
New Jersey motorists who fail the new emissions test will have to pay to get re-inspected.
April 22 is Earth Day, but there are events happening throughout New Jersey during much of the month.
New research has found New Jersey's growing season for farmers is starting earlier, more like Maryland or Virginia, since temperatures are warming.
The 40th annual Essex County Cherry Blossom Festival begins April 9 in Branch Brook Park.
Six environmental groups have filed a lawsuit against Six Flags Great Adventure to stop the building of solar panels at the Jackson facility that would require the removal of 15,000 trees.
Opponents of the New Jersey Natural Gas pipeline have vowed to fight it in court with municipalities lobbying elected officials for their help.
A study found a six-foot sea level rise could force more than 800,000 New Jersey residents to relocate.
Vice President of Stewardship for New Jersey Audubon Society John Cecil talks about the Sparta Mountain Forest Stewardship Plan to preserve the Sparta Mountain Forests.
The EPA is trying two different methods to address pollution concerns from a DuPont munitions plant.
A bill seeking to make New Jersey predominately dependent on renewable energy by the year 2050 is being reintroduced.
The aerial saw, with its 10 spinning blades that are suspended from a helicopter, has the potential to save JCP&L crews time and effort when it comes to trimming trees.
Companies will pay $1.4 billion to clean up toxic waste they dumped in the Passaic River.
Old crab pots litter the sea floor. Energy company Covanta is converting that debris into electricity.