The shore town is among those studying the feasibility of building a microgrid.
The regulations would require monitoring of PFNA and TLC levels, and treatment if water exceeds contaminant threshold.
As temperatures and sea levels rise, experts urge action on renewable energy sources.
Ancient coastal forests are being destroyed by salt water reaching farther up onto land than ever before.
The state Department of Environmental Protection operates a unique fishing camp.
Projects in development in every neighborhood contribute to boom.
Natural gas distribution mains will better handle storms along coast
The accreditation allows for a faster and more efficient response to health threats.
Volunteers help remove an invasive plant species to bolster shore protection and protect native plants.
Sen. Bob Smith discusses a statewide recycling program aimed at reducing food waste and methane emissions.
A federal program for testing beach water quality nationwide could be at risk.
New Jersey ranks second to Louisiana as most vulnerable to rising sea levels.
William Paterson researcher compares modern and fossil shark teeth to understand sea level changes.
Clean Water Action Organizer Alyssa Bradley discusses possible changes to NJ’s water.
Already 11,000 solar panels fill some of the space over the landfill. Seven thousand more will be installed.