The kind of severe storm and flooding that previously hit our region once every 500 years, is now pummeling us every 24.
Advocates against the PennEast pipeline marched and chanted their objections to the plan.
Often a sign that fall has arrived, mums, or chrysanthemums, come in a variety of colors. Nearly 300 varieties are on display at wholesale greenhouse, Kube-Pak.
The world's largest indoor vertical farm is being built in Newark and will be stimulating the local economy with more than just jobs.
This August has been one of the driest months in the past 90 years and water usage is up from last year's levels.
Federal restrictions and damage from Sandy have fishermen fearing the loss of fishing.
Much of the outdated system was damaged in Superstorm Sandy.
Camden County expects its first sustainability campus to be ready by the end of October in Gloucester Township.
ReClam The Bay, an organization established by the Barnegat Bay Shellfish Resotration Program, volunteers to build and maintain upwellers in the Barnegat bay and nurture baby shellfish in order to ...
After 11 years, A judge ruled that the $225 millions dollar Exxon settlement is fair.
Isles Urban Agriculture Program has provided more than 60 school and community gardens.
Once a year, the Great Falls in Paterson are turned off in order for volunteers to collect trash and debris that collects at the bottom of the waterfall.
When heavy rains occur, excess water combines with waste and flows into our waterways.
David Pringle, Campaign Manager for Clean Water Action, says that political will is needed from legislators in order to move towards a green economy. The state scored a failing grade on environmental ...
Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station is working to to re-discover and re-release the Jersey tomato.