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.
News Article • 5/27/2020 • by Ed Potosnak, Adrienne Vicari, Jeff Colella at NJ.com
Our waterways face threats from industrial waste, polluted runoff, pesticides, and aging pipes. Also, last year over 40 lakes were devastated by toxic, hazardous algal blooms (HABs) caused by polluted stormwater runoff.
News Article • 5/21/2020 • by Ed Potosnak at Roxbury Register
A stormwater utility would raise the funds to pay for green infrastructure projects to manage stormwater by intercepting pollutants before they enter our lakes. These funds cannot be diverted to a municipality’s general fund and are legally dedicated.
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.”
News Article • 4/22/2020 • by Ed Potosnak at Asbury Park Press
The Energy Master Plan (EMP) unveiled on Jan. 27 of this year stands out as our leading environmental achievement. It outlines key strategies to reach the administration’s goal of 100% clean energy by 2050, an objective 75 percent of New Jerseyans support. The EMP provides a blueprint for New Jersey’s clean energy future, incorporating Governor Murphy’s bold offshore wind, energy storage and community solar goals.