News Article • 7/12/2022 • by Ed Potosnak at NJ.com
Clean energy sources are growing in popularity, and the FMA wants to sell as much of their dirty, fossil fuel products as possible, before they become obsolete.
News Article • 4/20/2022 • by Ed Potosnak at NJ.com
New Jersey has a lot to brag about this Earth Day, including the creation of the NJDEP 52 years ago, same day that Earth Day was founded.
News Article • 2/10/2022 • by Ed Potosnak at NJ.com
Fossil fuel industry’s interests lie in trying to slow down the transition to healthier clean energy, which enables big polluters to continue to profit from selling dirty fossil fuels.
News Article • 1/5/2022 • by Ed Potosnak at NJ.com
Re-election of Gov. Murphy supports swift passage of President Biden’s landmark Build Back Better Act, jumpstarting a 21st-century clean energy economy that creates millions of jobs.
News Article • 10/7/2021 • by Maria Santiago-Valentin and Patty Cronheim at NJ.com
Factors that stem primarily from language and economic barriers often keep Hispanics from becoming involved with environmental causes that impact their daily lives.
News Article • 10/2/2021 • by Ed Potosnak at NJ.com
PennEast hit a brick wall of resistance from homeowners, local elected leaders, environmentalists, the New Jersey Attorney General, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, and Gov. Phil Murphy.
News Article • 9/20/2021 • by Ed Potosnak and Tobias A. Fox at MyCentralJersey.com
People of color are far less likely to engage in or have access to nature-based outdoor recreation activities, with historic discrimination being a large underlying factor.
Competition is ‘essential to delivering the most efficient and cost-effective transition to a carbon-free grid’
News Article • 9/13/2021 • by Ed Potosnak at NJSpotlight.org
Maintaining New Jersey’s competitive electricity market is also essential to delivering the most efficient and cost-effective transition to a carbon-free grid.
News Article • 8/6/2021 • by Ed Potosnak at NJ.com
A new Civilian Climate Corps would connect young people to job opportunities; youth from across NJ would have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in outdoor-focused careers.