LEADING POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP OPPOSES TRUMP ADMINISTRATION’S NEW LIMITS ON THE CLEAN WATER ACT
Press Release • 6/3/2020
New Jersey League of Conservation Voters, opposes EPA decision to tweak the rules on how to apply the Clean Water Act.
Press Release • 6/1/2020
NJDEP is establishing new rules to protect our drinking water from "forever chemicals," which are persistent, bio-accumulative, toxic, and linked to myriad of health issues.
LEADING POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATION APPLAUDS THE MURPHY ADMINISTRATION DECISION TO REJECT PERMITS FOR NESE PIPELINE PROJECT
Press Release • 5/16/2020
The New Jersey LCV believes the rejection of NESE Pipeline Project is a major victory for the environmental movement, and a win for the residents of Franklin Township, Central New Jersey, and all of the Raritan Bayshore.
LEADING POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATION URGES MURPHY ADMINISTRATION TO REJECT NESE PIPELINE PROJECT
Press Release • 5/15/2020
New Jersey LCV urges the Murphy Administration to join New York and say no to this unnecessary and dangerous pipeline and project.
Press Release • 5/11/2020
We support order to ensure the public and experts have their voices heard by extending the public comment period for permits during the pandemic.
Press Release • 5/4/2020
We support the Governor Murphy's executive order to ensure that the NJDEP has time to use the best available science and make decisions to ensure New Jersey's rigorous environmental standards.
Press Release • 4/29/2020
“We encourage New Jerseyans to use parks responsibly during the COVID-19 pandemic, following social distancing to protect themselves and others while enjoying the benefits of nature.”
KEEP IT GREEN MEMBERS SUPPORT GOVERNOR MURPHY’S TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF PARKS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC, ENCOURAGES REOPENING AS SOON AS SAFELY POSSIBLE
Press Release • 4/17/2020
The Keep It Green Coalition understands Governor Phil Murphy’s decision to close all state and county parks as a necessary act to limit surges of COVID-19 cases. By closing the parks, the Governor is limiting ways that the virus can be transferred. Once the conditions are deemed safe, the parks will open again for residents and visitors to enjoy.”
Press Release • 4/17/2020
RGGI is once again generating much needed revenue for New Jersey and we are pleased to see a plan to invest in projects that reduce pollution in environmental justice communities, and thus begin to mitigate the disproportionate negative impacts on communities of color from air pollution from burning fossil fuels.
Press Release • 4/9/2020
A new study finds that people who live in counties in the US that have higher levels of air pollution are more likely to die from COVID-19. These disparities in health outcomes are unacceptable.