Fixing it will be expensive and difficult as sea levels continue to rise, yet governments and individual homeowners show little appetite for reining in construction on the very edges of the shoreline. ...
The owner and operator of B.L. England says it has withdrawn its plan to repower the facility with natural gas, meaning it would no longer need the 22-mile-long pipeline.
The Department of Environmental Protection announced the first projects that will be funded with money from the federal Volkswagen settlement.
Trenton Mayor Reed Gusciora says the city has made improving water quality a top priority since he took office in July.
An EPA plan to regulate toxic PFAS in drinking water has sparked criticism from Jersey officials, but some say New Jersey could be doing more to regulate the chemicals on the state level.
The mayor claims that the landfill is a health hazard and that it should be closed down, but the New Jersey Sport and Exposition Authority says there is no evidence that the offending odors are coming ...
The state is taking legal action against a Sussex County resident who they say is operating an unlawful solid waste dump on his property in Vernon Township.
Supporters of the Clean Water and Flood Reduction Act, as it's officially known, say the bill's nickname of a "rain tax" is misleading.
A coalition of more than 50 activist groups is calling for the governor to put a moratorium on fossil fuel projects.
New Jersey's bald eagle population went from nearly wiped out in the 1970s to more than 200 nesting pairs today.
The CDC hails water fluoridation as one of top 10 public health achievements of the 20th century for its cavity prevention effect. But not everyone is convinced. In the United States, only Hawaii has ...
Sen. Bob Menendez criticized the Trump administration's decision to withdraw from a decades-old nuclear arms treaty with Russia. Menendez also encouraged New Jersey's junior U.S. Sen. Cory Booker's ...
Camden eighth-grade students worked with the Department of Environmental Protection to study the effects of black carbon on health and the environment.
Under the new bill, the agencies that regulate the park would be prohibited from considering any commercialized development other than small-scale activities.
Recycling facilities are now left to rely on homeowners to follow recycling rules for curbside pickup so they can ship out a product that follows new restrictions on plastics.