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.
The New Jersey Cooperative Coastal Monitoring Program inspects water samples from oceans, lakes, bays, rivers and creeks to check for safe levels of bacteria.
New Jersey farmers harvested 59.5 million pounds of sweet corn last year.
Environmentalists say the long-awaited water management blueprint doesn’t go far enough.
Democratic & republican lawmakers push for greater accountability from landlords.
Microgrids are small-scale, localized power systems that provide back up power.
Some legislators want to spend the money on reducing diesel emissions and adding more charging stations.
Ralph Izzo wants to focus on reducing energy use while making it more environmentally friendly to produce.
A long-awaited beach replenishment project in Sandy-damaged shore towns is now underway.
Trump’s decision has caused resistance in some while others maintain support.
New Jersey and New York City officials are arguing over how to divvy up water from the Delaware River Basin after an existing agreement expires at midnight.
The greenhouse on the VA Lyons campus is dedicated to employing previously homeless veterans.
The budget proposal eliminates funding for updating flood maps.
Ninety percent of beach projects rely on federal money. Shore businesses are responsible for half of New Jersey's tourism dollars, which amounts to $20 billion.