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.
News Article • 5/26/2021 • by Ed Potosnak at Asbury Park Press
We have leadership at the national and state levels ready to take major action to mitigate the impacts of climate change and save the planet; the last thing we need are more projects like NESE.
News Article • 4/26/2021 • by Ed Potosnak at Asbury Park Press
We’re in a unique moment where we have cooperation on the international, national, and state levels to take major action to mitigate the impacts of climate change and save the planet for future generations.
News Article • 4/7/2021 • by Ed Potosnak at NJ.com
Governor Murphy has signed the boldest electric vehicle bill in the nation to ensure New Jersey rapidly transitions to electric cars and other public transportation.
News Article • 3/29/2021 • by Ed Potosnak at Asbury Park Press
NESE pipeline goes against all our efforts to move toward a 21st-century, renewable energy future. It would keep natural gas infrastructure in operation for 30 years or more.
News Article • 3/26/2021 • by Ed Potosnak at NJ.com
Senator Bateman rightly believes that climate change is real, he also understands the science behind climate change and the impact it will have on the state.