News Article • 8/25/2023 • by Jason F. Cliento and Allison McLeod at Daily Record
The small borough of Dunellen, New Jersey, home to 7,600 residents, shines as a beacon of hope with its visionary Climate Resiliency Plan.
News Article • 8/21/2023
New Jersey anti-wind groups wrongly oppose offshore wind development to fight climate change in the midst of the worst heat wave of the hottest month on record.
News Article • 6/19/2023 • by Ronald Tuff and Ed Potosnak at NJ.com
On June 19, 1865, Union soldiers brought news of the Emancipation Proclamation to enslaved people in Galveston, Texas by declaring all people held in slavery in the U.S. must be freed. Today, Juneteenth has become a national holiday.
While slavery officially ended in 1865, in the almost one hundred fifty years since we still have not achieved racial equality in our nation or state. This injustice is reflected in many of the institutions and decisions made in New Jersey, and the environment is no exception.
This Earth Day let’s make sure we have the political will to transition to a clean energy future | Opinion
News Article • 4/22/2023 • by Ed Potosnak at NJ.com
On this Earth Day, the executive director of the New Jersey League of Conservation Voters says he's proud of the work that the New Jersey League of Conservative Voters is doing with their partners and our elected leaders to support clean energy legislation.
News Article • 4/12/2023
The following is a statement from Ed Potosnak, Executive Director, New Jersey LCV regarding a recent 22-page report by the Climate and Development Lab at Brown University, which examines the disinformation used by anti-wind groups to argue against offshore wind.
News Article • 3/29/2023 • by Isabel Molina at Courier Post
The state is seeking public input through a survey from all New Jersey residents on their concerns about parks, recreation and open spaces.
It’s important for people from across the state to participate. Your feedback in this survey will inform New Jersey’s framework for open space preservation and recreation for years to come.
News Article • 3/29/2023 • by Ed Potosnak at northjersey.com
Community solar may sound too good to be true, but it is true that community solar can lower your energy costs today.
News Article • 1/31/2023 • by Maxine Joselow at Washington Post
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) on Monday signed a bill that gives companies tax credits for making concrete with lower carbon emissions.
News Article • 12/5/2022
New Jersey LCV opposes Assembly bill that would saddle working families with the cost of building expensive fossil fuel infrastructure, like new pipelines and compressor stations.
News Article • 11/8/2022 • by Ed Potosnak at The Bernardsville News
New Jersey must continue to take a leadership role in the nation and across the world in transitioning to a green economy powered by clean energy.