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.
Press Release • 9/14/2021
New Jersey LCV endorses environmental champions in local elections.
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.
Press Release • 9/9/2021
Salem County new wind port will create up to 1,500 jobs in manufacturing, assemblage and staging of new offshore wind facilities that will power millions of homes.
Press Release • 9/8/2021
Elected leaders in Trenton should adopt an aggressive new clean electricity target for New Jersey, including a change in the timeline for achieving 100% clean electricity by 2035.
New Jersey League of Conservation Voters calls on Congress to pass climate plan in wake of Biden N.J. visit for Hurricane Ida Flooding
Press Release • 9/7/2021
The New Jersey congressional delegation must back President Biden’s Build Back Better agenda, to help curb carbon pollution and protect communities from severe weather events in the future.
Press Release • 9/1/2021
Due to their practicality, over 1800 stormwater utilities exist in 41 states, but there are none in New Jersey. We need to catch up.
Press Release • 8/26/2021
New Jersey LCV Ed Fund’s 2021 Environmental Policy Guide partners with more than 25 organizations and centers the concerns of groups often left out of the traditional environmental policy; health organizations, Environmental Justice groups, and student organizations.
Hoboken Mayor Ravi Bhalla calls on Congress to pass Biden Infrastructure and Climate Plan at Virtual Roundtable
Press Release • 8/18/2021
Mayors from four states, including New Jersey, call on Congress to pass President Biden’s infrastructure and climate plan.
Press Release • 8/9/2021
IPCC report demonstrates Congress must pass President Biden’s dual track legislation on climate action, justice, and jobs immediately to preserve our beautiful state, nation, and planet.