News Article • 12/21/2020 • by Ed Potosnak at Spotlight NJ
TCI can be used in a variety of ways, for funding New Jersey Transit to help transition to electric vehicles by building out electric car-, bus-,van- and truck-charging infrastructure.
Press Release • 12/18/2020
New Jersey LCV celebrating the historic appointments of Rep. Deb Haaland, first Indigenous American leading the Interior Department and Michael S. Regan,first African American to lead the Environmental Protection Agency.
Press Release • 12/11/2020
Congratulations to Camden for its first ever Parks and Open Space Plan, which can ensure residents enjoy the benefits of a healthy environment for years to come.
Press Release • 12/9/2020
New Jersey LCV disappointed that the Delaware River Basin Commission voted to approve LNG permit.
Press Release • 12/4/2020
Consumer Energy Alliance helps fossil fuel industry’s campaign to derail and delay, New Jersey’s transition to clean and affordable energy sources like wind and solar.
Press Release • 11/20/2020
NJLCV supports legislation that would establish an Office of Clean Energy Equity within the Board of Public Utilities.
CONGRESSMAN FRANK PALLONE AND SENATOR CORY BOOKER DISCUSS ENVIRONMENTAL OUTLOOK FOR NEW BIDEN ADMINISTRATION
Press Release • 11/17/2020
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.
LEADING POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATION DISAGREES WITH DEP DECISION TO RESUME DRILLING AT FRESHWATER WETLANDS
Press Release • 11/13/2020
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.
LEADING POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATION APPLAUDS NATURAL RESOURCE DAMAGE LAWSUITS OVER CONTAMINATION OF RIVERFRONT SITES
Press Release • 11/11/2020
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.
Press Release • 11/10/2020
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.