News Release | Environment New Jersey

Following Devastating Storms, Environment New Jersey Urges Reps. Tom Malinowski & Mikie Sherrill To Continue Fight For Climate Investments

Environment New Jersey and the Climate Action Campaign (CAC) hosted a virtual press conference with local community advocates to discuss worsening extreme weather driven by climate change, including the devastating fallout from Tropical Storm Henri and Hurricane Ida. Speakers called on Reps. Tom Malinowski (NJ-07) and Mikie Sherrill (NJ-11) to continue to fight for major investments to combat climate change through the Build Back Better Budget.

News Release | Environment New Jersey

With Offshore Wind Port Groundbreaking, Supply Chain Will Allow NJ To Meet Its Clean, Renewable Energy Mandate

On the banks of the Delaware Bay Shore, Governor Phil Murphy with Senate President Steve Sweeney and the U.S. Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh and a bevy of state leaders broke ground for the New Jersey Wind Port, which will serve as a marshalling headquarters for the offshore wind supply chain. The industrial facility will be constructed on site and will serve as a hub for the offshore wind turbines to be constructed off Atlantic City and the Jersey Shore.

News Release | Environment New Jersey Research & Policy Center

EVs Everywhere: Murphy Administration Implements EV Law To Get Electric Vehicle Charging in Every Town By Releasing Municipal Ordinance

 The Murphy Administration implemented legislation, signed by the Governor in early July, to streamline electric vehicle installation so every town in the state can have a publicly available EV charger available. The Administration released a model ordinance to guide municipalities in the installation of electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

News Release

Senate votes to revitalize American infrastructure

The infrastructure we build impacts our health and the environment for decades into the future. We applaud the Senate for recognizing that all Americans want clean air to breathe, clean, lead-free water to drink, and more options to get around.

News Release | Environment America

Statement: New IPCC report underscores need to act on climate

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released its first global assessment of the science of global warming since 2013 on Monday. The report details the potential catastrophic impacts on the world's oceans, ice caps and land in the coming decades if we fail to rapidly reduce emissions and meet our climate goals.

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