New Jersey Sierra Club Director Jeff Tittel says that Pilgrim does not have the approval to use eminent domain against homeowners for an underground pipeline since it is not public utilities.
State emergency responders are equipped to handle crude oil disasters, but it could take hours for them to arrive.
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a report saying the human influence on the climate is clear.
Since Roxbury holds the lien, it could foreclose on the landfill, but officials say that won't necessarily happen.
Residents of Weber Avenue in Sayreville were devastated by Hurricane Sandy two years ago and many are still working to rebuild.
Decades after naturalist’s claim of a new species was dismissed, frog named in his honor.
Advocates voiced their views on pig creates outside the statehouse, using human sized crates.
Residents within Passaic Valley area oppose the Passaic Valley Water Commission's plans for open-air reservoirs.
New research by Rutgers climate scientists reports that the transport of heat by the ocean is as important as greenhouse gases in the atmosphere when it comes to climate change.
The non-profit Isles, Inc. is hosting its Annual Haunted Run and Monster Madness Mile Fun Run on Saturday, Oct. 25 to raise money to support their programs in Trenton.
Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee discussed two nominations for the Pinelands Commission.
Two deer in New Jersey have died from bluetongue virus, which can be spread to livestock.
Environmental Infrastructure Trust Executive Director David Zimmer says that there are several infrastructure issues in New Jersey.
Senior Correspondent Mike Schneider spoke with Dr. Adrienne Fessler-Belli about the mental health effects in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
Delaware Township Committee member Kristin McCarthy says that the PennEast pipeline, which would run through the municipality, would cause issues for preserved farmlands and ecosystems.