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LEADING POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATION CELEBRATES SENATE PASSAGE OF CLEAN ENERGY EQUITY ACT

NJLCV supports legislation that would establish an Office of Clean Energy Equity within the Board of Public Utilities.

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CONGRESSMAN FRANK PALLONE AND SENATOR CORY BOOKER DISCUSS ENVIRONMENTAL OUTLOOK FOR NEW BIDEN ADMINISTRATION

Congress is positioned to take bold action to combat climate change with a pro-conservation Biden Administration and committed environmental champions like Senators Booker, Menendez, and Congressman Pallone.

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LEADING POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATION DISAGREES WITH DEP DECISION TO RESUME DRILLING AT FRESHWATER WETLANDS

New Jersey LCV disagrees with decision to reinstate permit for New Jersey Natural Gas (NJNG) to drill at Southern Reliability Link (SRL) pipeline construction site.

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LEADING POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATION APPLAUDS NATURAL RESOURCE DAMAGE LAWSUITS OVER CONTAMINATION OF RIVERFRONT SITES

NJLCV is proud to see lawsuits because Solvay, Arkema Inc.,and Honeywell have been slow to take responsibility for their contamination of public and private water sources.

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NEW JERSEY LCV-ENDORSED ENVIRONMENTAL CHAMPIONS WIN BIG IN LOCAL RACES

About half of New Jersey LCV endorsed candidates for local elections, a third of whom were candidates of color and 40% of whom were women, have won their races, so far.

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Environmental Groups Celebrate Passage of Historic Plastics Bill

This nation-leading single-use plastics and paper reduction policy will reduce the 4.4 billion single-use plastic and 1,300 football fields of trees worth of paper bags that New Jerseyans use every year.

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NEW JERSEY LCV MAKES MARK IN LOCAL ELECTIONS AND HELPS MOBILIZE VOTERS

New Jersey LCV endorsed a diverse group of 28 bipartisan candidates nearly a third are people of color and 40% are women, and also helped mobilize underpresented voters.

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LEADING POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP TESTIFIES ABOUT IMPORTANCE OF STORMWATER UTILITIES IN IMPROVING NEW JERSEY WATER INFRASTRUCTURE

New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) should provide funding opportunities to cities and towns for technical studies that inform the establishment of stormwater utilities.

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LEADING POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATION OPTIMISTIC THAT NJ TRANSIT “TRANSITGRID” MICROGRID PROJECT WILL CONSIDER RENEWABLES FOR PROJECT

New Jersey LCV is cautiously optimistic that NJ Transit is exploring cleaner energy solutions for the proposed “Transitgrid” Microgrid project. There is no room for a dirty carbon burning hybrid model.

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LEADING POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP APPLAUDS RELEASE OF CANDID GLOBAL WARMING RESPONSE ACT REPORT

Global Warming Response Act Report findings show that with the current policies, New Jersey is not equipped to meet our emission reduction goals, meaning unequivocally, things will get worse if we don’t act.

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