Recently released federal statistics on agriculture in the United States held some surprising news for New Jersey: For the first time in four decades, farming is on the rise.
State officials say the beaches met testing requirements for two consecutive sampling rounds.
There was worry among parents in Newark over the health of their children Tuesday, after federal officials said tests showed that tap water in some city residences exceeded federal levels for lead ...
The battle is still brewing over the controversial natural gas pipeline.
A group of biologists are on a quest to study an invasive shrimp species from Japan that's in New Jersey waters. They are keeping a close eye on the species as it can potentially disrupt the ...
Environmentalists rallied outside the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities hearing on Energy Master Plan. They say the plan doesn't do enough to address the climate crisis and falls short to meet even ...
A harmful algal bloom has been detected at the Manasquan Reservoir in Howell Township.
A bill pending in the state Legislature is aimed at boosting the use of electric vehicles both by providing incentives for buyers and to build the necessary infrastructure, including charging ...
Rutgers researchers say permeable concrete can help with flooding and even lead to cooler roadways.
Swimmers can safely wade into another part of the state's largest lake without fear of blue-green algae.
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.