Environment New Jersey issued a report that found 8.5 million pounds of toxic chemicals in the state's waters, though the DEP rejects the report.
Trout season begins Saturday and the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife has released hundreds of thousands of fish into the state's bodies of water.
The warm temperatures during the winter and early spring have caused fruit trees to bloom prematurely, which could cause problems in spring frosts.
The PSEG Nuclear site is dealing with increased regulations from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission stemming from the disaster in Japan last year.
The mild winter has impacted the geese population because the warm weather has encouraged the geese to start breeding early.
A promising source of renewable energy which relies heavily on government assistance is struggling to survive.
The southern pine beetles settle into the tree bark, killing the trees. To stop the spread of infestations, the DEP is monitoring tree removal.
There is a political divide between supporters and opponents of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI), which aims to set up a cap and trade program for greenhouse gas emissions.
Under the bill, the state would hire a private contractor to oversee the five-year forest harvest management program.
New rules will go into effect April 6 to restrict the incidental take of the Atlantic sturgeon, which is classified as endangered.
The controversial project faces opposition from residents who are raising health and environmental concerns.
Plants which begin to bud prematurely at the end of February and March are vulnerable if a late season cold spell hits.
A bill that would ban it from happening in New Jersey was released today from the Senate Environment and Energy Committee.
Stevens Institute of Technology is one of 20 worldwide participating in the U.S. Department of Energy's Solar Decathlon.
The 70-ton wind turbine is meant to reduce electric costs in the city.