That dangerous rash-inducing cyanobacteria that closed Lake Hopatcong last week remains.
Several towns in New Jersey have already banned single-use plastic bags. Jersey City is now the largest municipality in the state to implement a ban.
State officials are urging residents to avoid swimming in or coming in contact with Lake Hopatcong after cyanobacteria blooms were confirmed this week by aerial surveillance.
Hoboken's Rebuild by Design project is a four-part water management strategy: Resist the coastal flooding, delay its release, store it, and discharge when it can do the least damage.
Ørsted plans to build a wind farm off the coast of Atlantic City capable of generating 1,100 megawatts of energy, enough to power an estimated 500,000 homes.
Protections like sea walls and tide gates are a major part of New Jersey's plans to protect coastal areas from flooding. But some communities are also enlisting help from nature.
Plans for a controversial, natural gas-fired power plant in the Meadowlands have stalled.
The state Department of Environmental Protection adopted official rules for how the state will implement the cap-and-trade program to limit carbon dioxide emissions.
Helium is used in things like airbags, fiber optics, deep sea diving, in NASA’s rocket fuel engines and in MRI machines.
Gov. Murphy has proposed an ambitious energy plan, but the rollout of clean energy will be costly.
The plan’s just a draft. There will be public hearings before it’s adopted.
Rising temperatures and sea levels are threatening the health and well-being of New Jersey’s residents.
New Jersey regulators have denied key permits for a hotly contested pipeline project that would carry natural gas from Pennsylvania to New York, but they're allowing an Oklahoma company to try again.
Citizens call for abandoning the privatization plan or putting the issue up for referendum in the fall.
Last year New Jersey reported its highest number of West Nile virus cases with more than 60 cases identified in 20 counties.