News Article • 9/22/2020 • by Ed Potosnak at NJ.com
The Wind Port will address both reducing New Jersey’s reliance on dirty energy sources and creating employment opportunities for folks in underserved communities.
News Article • 6/17/2020 • by Ed Potosnak at Spotlight NJ
New Jersey can create a prosperous future for all by focusing on energy efficiency and a green jobs recovery. These good, local jobs cannot be outsourced and will provide a fair wage that can sustain a middle-class lifestyle.
News Article • 6/15/2020 • by Ed Potosnak at NJ.com
New Jersey can create a prosperous future for all by focusing on creating green jobs. At a time when the state is looking at significant budget deficits, a green jobs recovery can kick start our economy and put workers back to work in good local jobs that enhance our quality of life.
News Article • 5/27/2020 • by Ed Potosnak, Adrienne Vicari, Jeff Colella at NJ.com
Our waterways face threats from industrial waste, polluted runoff, pesticides, and aging pipes. Also, last year over 40 lakes were devastated by toxic, hazardous algal blooms (HABs) caused by polluted stormwater runoff.
News Article • 5/21/2020 • by Ed Potosnak at Roxbury Register
A stormwater utility would raise the funds to pay for green infrastructure projects to manage stormwater by intercepting pollutants before they enter our lakes. These funds cannot be diverted to a municipality’s general fund and are legally dedicated.
News Article • 4/22/2020 • by Ed Potosnak at Asbury Park Press
The Energy Master Plan (EMP) unveiled on Jan. 27 of this year stands out as our leading environmental achievement. It outlines key strategies to reach the administration’s goal of 100% clean energy by 2050, an objective 75 percent of New Jerseyans support. The EMP provides a blueprint for New Jersey’s clean energy future, incorporating Governor Murphy’s bold offshore wind, energy storage and community solar goals.
News Article • 4/9/2020 • by Ed Potosnak at NJ.com
The group of 12 Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states plus the District of Columbia have come together to modernize transportation systems and make it easier for everyone to get around and at the same time, shrink pollution, and unhealthy carbon emissions.
News Article • 4/2/2020 • by Ed Potosnak at NorthJersey.com
Most of the litter found on New Jersey beaches is plastic, and scientists are increasingly finding microplastics in waterways. These small pieces of plastic now permeate our lives: they are in the water we drink, the fish we eat, and the air we breathe, posing health concerns for New Jersey residents and other wildlife.
News Article • 3/5/2020
New Jersey LCV urges Governor Murphy to expand automatic voter registration (AVR). Families in environmental justice communities must have a say in what happens in their neighborhoods, and one way to do this is at the ballot box. Let’s make it as easy as possible for these residents to register and vote.
Nice job Trenton! Now, we need actual laws to protect our climate, ourselves, environmental group says
News Article • 1/30/2020 • by Ed Potosnak at NJ.com
New Jersey completed most environmentally productive session in the state's history, but with the threat of climate change there is still more that has to be done.