There are two statewide ballot questions this year that deal with funding for public libraries and money from environmental lawsuits.
Gov. Christie marked the fifth anniversary of Sandy saying there's still work to do.
The drone used by the Meadowlands Environmental Research Institute eliminates the inconsistencies that previous research instruments struggled with.
New Jersey ranks ninth in the country in agritourism.
Climate scientists, city planners and environmentalists are concerned the coast is just as vulnerable to rising sea levels and storms as it was five years ago.
Citgo owns the 500-acre Petty's Island in the Delaware River. Now the island is readying for its next chapter as a nature preserve.
The coastal resiliency storm surge barrier boat tour brought on board scientists and engineers to explore how towns and agencies have responded to the threat of future storms.
Farm owner Chong Kim brought his father's Korean Shingo pears to New Jersey to share memories of home with others.
After seven years of study, Christie said the state is implementing its findings with a $20 million effort to clean up Barnegat Bay.
Newark educates homeowners on dangers of lead in water per state DEP standards.
As part of National Preparedness Month, residents learn about protecting their families during storms and other emergencies.
Scientists stress the importance of preparing for the inevitable effects of climate change.
A partnership between Monmouth University and Rumson for a marine science field station has leadership feeling optimistic.
The final vote was 8-4 with one recusal and two members of the 15 person board absent.
The BPU is looking to reduce the state's energy consumption and lessen the effects of climate change.