New Jersey’s gotten wetter over the last couple decades, and 2018 could rank among the state’s top five wettest years.
Environmental activists say part of the reason why they don’t support the compressor station and pipeline project is because they’ve seen firsthand the impact it has on other communities. But ...
Environmentalists applauded Murphy’s goal of making New Jersey energy 50 percent renewable by 2030 and promoting solar and wind industries, but protesters complain that’s only half the battle.
The Central Jersey Stream Team is a group of volunteers that help clean up pollution from the state's waterways. They started with the Raritan River in 2013, and the movement is expanding.
Six years after Sandy, construction is set to begin to protect Hoboken from extreme flooding.
The Conserve Wildlife Foundation is holding training workshops to help teachers incorporate a Falcon Cam into their science curriculum.
Two state departments will merge weatherization efforts.
Atlantic City Electric is funding a six-year, $6.5 million initiative for a workforce development program. It's being implemented through a partnership with three South Jersey vo-tech schools, ...
The Board of Public Utilities held a hearing to allow stakeholders to voice concerns of what the transition of the solar market may mean to them and others in the state.
Professors and entrepreneurs testified at a joint committee hearing extolling the virtues of fuel cell technology like hydrogen-powered cars. One of the biggest challenges that remains is how the ...
Tom Kean and Jim Florio say there’s no room for politics when it comes to protecting the environment.
New numbers from AAA show there were over 4,000 crashes in the state involving deer just in a three-month span.
Attendees asked the committee -- which is made up of members from the Board of Public Utilities -- to rethink state projects with environmental impact as a whole system instead of individually.
The insect learning center in Toms River has hundreds of live bugs and thousands of pinned specimens, like butterflies and beetles.
American Water needed to better protect its vulnerable assets, and 18 months ago launched a $37 million project to harden its perimeter.