New Jersey League of Conservation Voters is making the environment a top priority in Trenton.

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Here’s how to create jobs and rescue our climate | Opinion

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.

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FERC made a bad call for NJ on extending the Northeast Supply Enhancement pipeline | Opinion

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.

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This Earth Week we have something to celebrate

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.

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To keep our air from getting filthy, we must move faster | Opinion

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.

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New Jersey already said no to a gas pipeline once. We must say no to NESE again | Opinion

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.

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Sen. Bateman isn’t running again. We’ll need a conservationist to replace him: Opinion

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.

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Now is time for Sustainable Green Jobs Recovery plan for N.J.

Environmental organizations offer a Sustainable Green Jobs Recovery plan of common-sense public investments to reverse the economic devastation from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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President Biden’s climate agenda will depend on this powerful N.J. congressman

Frank Pallone’s House Energy and Commerce Committee is ground zero for Biden’s efforts to deliver an economy with net-zero emissions by 2050.

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Updating appliance standards will save energy and money

New Jersey can join a growing list of states that are upgrading energy efficiency standards for household and commercial appliances.

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New Jersey has to face the impacts of climate change

Local governments have the ability to create stormwater utilities and the assessed revenue is dedicated and must be spent upgrading and maintaining infrastructure and controlling flooding.

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