After more than a year of deliberating, Gov. Phil Murphy has for the first time taken a stance against a controversial plan for a gas-fired power plant in the Meadowlands that would generate ...
As a way to help ease the problem of stormwater overflow, the Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority sponsored a team from Rowan to develop a green infrastructure plan for the Waterfront South ...
The state Department of Environmental Protection has so far counted around 160,000 of the potentially toxic pipes at homes and businesses across the state.
The Coca-Cola Foundation has awarded a $140,000 grant to Newark, making it one of seven cities nationwide to run the foundation-funded pilot program.
The state Department of Environmental Protection says Oklahoma-based Williams Companies asked for a monthlong extension in considering their applications for waterfront development and coastal land ...
There are over 200 nurseries in Cumberland County, and last week New Jersey legislators received a tour of three of them — all family owned.
All students had a similar demand: Reduce fossil-fuel use and cut carbon emissions to try to stop climate change.
New Jersey is joining 22 other states in suing the Trump administration over a new rule that bar states from setting their own emissions standards for cars.
The state’s top Democratic lawmaker came to the waterway that’s been closed to swimming all summer.
Fishermen insisted Monday to a congressional subcommittee looking at offshore wind energy that they be consulted when crucial decisions are being made on the development of such projects.
Newark's plan to fast-track the replacement of some 18,000 lead service lines has cleared a major hurdle.
The president of Atlantic City Electric, Gary Stockbridge, spoke with NJTV News Correspondent Joanna Gagis.
Another setback for PennEast as they work to get approval for a $1B natural gas pipeline.
Advocates and some lawmakers say Murphy's plan doesn’t go far enough to wean the state from the fossil fuels that have been linked to global warming.
Kim, along with local elected officials and representatives from both the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and Holtec, the company that owns Oyster Creek, heard from residents who were concerned about a ...