DEP Commissioner Bob Martin says the organization is investigating ways to cope with rising sea levels and flooding, as well as improve air quality and keep state parks open.
Scientists say that global warming is raising sea levels, which can lead to more flooding of coastal areas.
New Jersey isn’t called the Garden State for nothing. Agriculture, historically, has always played a key role in the state’s economy. But appreciation for that fact has surged in recent years.
Can gas grow on trees? A start-up company in Hillsborough is taking alternative energy to a new level.
With everyone wanting to run their air conditioners on a hot day like today, the electrical grid to which New Jersey's power companies connect can be severely impacted.
As temperatures began to soar, the beaches were already attracting crowds before 9 a.m. But the combination of extreme heat and sun carries serious health hazards.
The app was created by a team of computer science students. However, only lifeguards, researchers and the National Weather Service can use the app.
Frank Calandriello said the city wouldn't be dealing with more instances of chromium in residents' basements if the DEP properly cleaned up a 3,000-gallon spill in 1983.
The falcons have been found in urban areas like Atlantic City and Jersey City. One casino has put a sign installation on hold because of the birds.
The NJ Senate Environment Committee has moved a bill out of committee that would regulate the treatment, storage and disposal of wastewater from hydraulic fracturing, a process known as fracking.
A plan to expand a natural gas pipeline through several state parks and New Jersey's sensitive Highlands area is close to moving forward.
Jerramiah Healy said New York residents would reap the benefits of Spectra Energy’s proposed pipeline while Jersey City incurs the risks.
Tropical Storm Irene became the costliest natural disaster in state history. And it now serves as a lesson for the upcoming season down the shore.
David Robinson says he believes the summer of 2012 will have above average temperatures.
f grades were handed out, Rutgers Marine Sciences Professor Michael Kennish said he would New Jersey Beach water a "B."