The Lambertville Environmental Commission hosted what it called a sustainable business forum to spread the word about the new ordinance.
Algal blooms have happened before in New Jersey's lakes -- and it’s a growing problem.
Harmful algal blooms have prompted the state Department of Environmental Protection to post advisories against swimming this summer.
Neighbors of the Keegan Landfill in Kearny will have to suffer through offensive odors a little longer.
At a Cape May In Your Neighborhood forum on climate change in New Jersey, scientists spoke about the changes happening right in New Jersey's backyard.
The state Department of Environmental Protection is advising residents to avoid swimming or coming in contact with the water in Greenwood Lake.
Scientists have been working to achieve fusion energy for nearly 70 years.
A new state-led effort is working to shore up New Jersey’s coastal future in light of scientists’ grim predictions about climate change.
Advocates gathered near railroad tracks in Ridgefield Park Tuesday to both remember the tragic oil train accident that killed 47 people in Quebec six years ago and to underscore their opposition to ...
Officials say federal agency is failing to collect data on the importation and use of the known carcinogen
Green water means less green at cash registers and, for now, the state DEP can just keep testing the water.
Environmental advocates, the business community and the state are all on the same side in pushing to protect the Jersey Shore.
The DEP has no timeline for reexamining the rules for public access beaches, but given the contentious history of the issue, it’s bound to be a robust discussion.
The second annual Jersey Shore Beach Report assessed the state's beach water quality nourishment programs.
That dangerous rash-inducing cyanobacteria that closed Lake Hopatcong last week remains.