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Hurricane Sandy is the Worst Possible Wake-Up Call

This is the worst possible wake-up call. Our Shore communities are suffering unspeakable loss. More than 2 million households lost power. Tens of thousands of homes suffered serious damage or were lost. Total costs have been estimated to be as high as $50 billion for the region. And, tragically, some New Jerseyans have lost their lives.

News Release | Environment New Jersey

The Green Ballot

Environment New Jersey announced its endorsements for the 2012 election season, shining a spotlight on key pro-environment candidates for Congress and the White House, by publicly endorsing Sen. Robert Menendez, Rep. Rush Holt, Rep. Frank Pallone, Shelley Adler and President Barack Obama.

News Release | Environment New Jersey

On the Eve of Governor’s Decision on Fracking Waste Ban, Environment New Jersey Report Documents the Cost of Fracking

Trenton – Firing a new salvo in the ongoing debate over the gas drilling practice known as fracking,  Environment New Jersey Research & Policy Center today released a report documenting a wide range of dollars and cents costs imposed by dirty drilling.  As documented in "The Cost of Fracking," fracking creates millions of dollars of health costs related to everything from air pollution to ruined roads to contaminated property.  

News Release | Environment New Jersey

New Jersey Poised To Make History in the Race for Offshore Wind

As the clock ticks down for Congress to extend critical tax credits for wind power, a new report shows that with continued state and federal leadership, New Jersey could be among the first states along the Atlantic seaboard with offshore wind farms.

News Release | Environment New Jersey

Final Green Light for Clean Cars

Today, the Obama administration finalized new clean car standards that will double the fuel efficiency of today’s vehicles by 2025, drastically reducing emissions of carbon pollution and cutting oil use in New Jersey and nationwide.  The standards will cover new cars and light trucks in model years 2017-2025, and require those vehicles to meet the equivalent of a 54.5 miles-per-gallon standard by 2025.

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