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Report Finds No Need for Damaging Williams Transco NESE Pipeline Across Raritan Bay

Eastern Environmental Law Center today released an expert report by Synapse Energy Economics showing that Williams/Transco’s proposed Northeast Supply Enhancement (NESE) pipeline project, which would transport fracked natural gas through New Jersey from the Marcellus Shale in Pennsylvania to energy markets in New York City, is completely unneeded.

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LEADING ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP OPPOSES TRUMP ADMINISTRATION'S LAX FUEL EFFICIENCY STANDARDS

There is no upside for going backwards on the fuel efficiency standards.  The result will be a billion more tons of climate-inducing emissions over the lifetime of the cars and billions in increased costs to drivers due to lowered efficiency standards. 

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LEADING POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP CELEBRATES SUPREME COURT DECISION ON ENVIRONMENTAL TRAVESTY

New Jersey LCV applauds Supreme Court decision requiring Citgo to pay $133 million for a 2004 spill that fouled the Delaware River with 264,000 gallons of crude oil.

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RECENT U.S. EPA REPORT INDICATES UPTICK OF TOXIC POLLUTION IN NEW JERSEY

New Jersey League of Conservation Voters encourages passage of  a bill protecting environmental justice communities from the cumulative impacts of pollution after EPA report shows uptick in toxic pollution.

 

 

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LEADING POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP SUPPORTS PUSH FOR GREEN PROGRAMS IN CORONAVIRUS ECONOMIC RECOVERY PACKAGE

While we are reeling with the massive, worldwide impacts of COVID-19, we implore Congress to include environmental investments into the coronavirus economic stimulus package. Creating a 21st century clean energy economy means new good local jobs and cleaner air and water for families and businesses. 

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LEADING POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP WELCOMES BUSINESS COALITION SUPPORTING CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE

New Jersey LCV looks forward to working CCEF to push back on the increasing pressures from fossil fuel companies like PennEast and WilliamsTransco, who continue to put their profits over people’s health by building unneeded and dangerous projects in our state.

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New Jersey LCV Announces Congressional Delegation Scores from the 2019 National Environmental Scorecard

New Jersey Congressional Delegation’s scores from the League of Conservation Voters’ 2019 National Environmental Scorecard showcasing the difference a diverse, pro-environment majority in the House of Representatives can make. The average House score for New Jersey was 94 percent and the average Senate score was 75 percent.

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LEADING POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATION SEES PROGRESS ON 2021 LEGISLATIVE AGENDA

New Jersey honeybees are a $7 million industry and they help pollinate nearly $200 million worth of fruits and vegetables annually – and neonicotinoid pesticides are a major threat to the species that fuel these industries.

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DELAWARE RIVER FIRES A REMINDER OF CLIMATE CRISIS

Fires aren’t only an issue in the Amazon, California or Australia. On a beautiful sunny day as hundreds of people from throughout the tri-state area were hiking, they witnessed the destruction of one of the state’s beloved recreational areas.

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LEADING POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP SEES SHADES OF GREEN IN GOVERNOR MURPHY’S FY21 BUDGET

Governor Murphy has presented a budget that builds a stronger and fairer New Jersey, with progress being made to protect our environment. NJ Transit could receive $130 million in direct state support.

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