Gaul's book "The Geography of Risk" examines rebuilding efforts along the coast as development and climate change intensify. But who’s really paying the price?
Former Vice President Al Gore joined Gov. Phil Murphy for the signing of an executive order on offshore wind on Tuesday.
The algae turned lake water into a thick, pea soup-like pool, leading to swimming advisories and major losses for the tourism industry.
NJTV News Business Correspondent Rhonda Schaffler spoke with ProPublica reporter Talia Buford about the surcharges that many people may not notice on their utility bill.
The private owners of a popular New Jersey beach are building a wall — and they're paying for it, too.
Environmentalists and some lawmakers say a bill pending before state Legislature offers a solution to "range anxiety."
The federal government has dropped its objection to some southern New Jersey towns using sand from a nearby offshore site to replenish their beaches.
At the intersection of art and science, one Rutgers University-Camden professor has collaborated with students to create a "plastomach" — a plastic-eating stomach sculpture.
A new study by the Rhodium Group takes a look at New Jersey's resiliency seven years after Superstorm Sandy and paints a bleak image of the state's environmental future.
Gov. Murphy signed an executive order Tuesday morning designed to combat the effects of climate change in his coastal state, creating a chief resilience officer position to coordinate the effort.
On Friday, Williams Companies withdrew permit applications with New Jersey regulators that it needs to build a hotly contested natural gas pipeline from Pennsylvania through New Jersey and into New ...
The Business Network for Offshore Wind and the state Economic Development Authority invited the Scotland delegation and American businesses to a networking event regarding renewable energy.
In pursuit of environmental justice, the Attorney General's Office announced the filing of six lawsuits targeting polluters in minority and low-income neighborhoods across the state Friday.
Now in its second year, the Cream Ridge farm invites the public onto its property to admire, pick and photograph sunflowers of different colors and heights, totaling upwards of one million.
Environmental organizations explained to a group at a public forum Monday that LNG is a flammable product that can be highly explosive.