New Jersey League of Conservation Voters is making the environment a top priority in Trenton.

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Sen. Bateman isn’t running again. We’ll need a conservationist to replace him: Opinion

Senator Bateman rightly believes that climate change is real, he also understands the science behind climate change and the impact it will have on the state.

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NEW JERSEY LCV SUPPORTS BIDEN-HARRIS ADMINISTRATION GOAL TO STOP OIL AND GAS LEASING ON FEDERAL LANDS AND WATERS

Federal oil and gas leasing program prioritizes development over protecting wildlife, recreation, renewable energy resources, and maintaining clean air and water.

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NEW JERSEY LCV CONGRATULATES DEBRA HAALAND ON HER CONFIRMATION AS SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR

Secretary Haaland is a partner in Washington committed to helping preserve the natural beauty of our nation and state instead of turning public lands into a real estate market for the fossil fuel industry.

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NEW JERSEY LCV APPLAUDS APPOINTMENT OF MICHAEL S. REGAN TO LEAD U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

Michael Regan new head of EPA is committed to addressing the impacts of the climate crisis, understands everyone, no matter their zip code, should have clean air, safe drinking water, and open space.

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FLOOD DEFENSE NEW JERSEY APPLAUDS NEW STORMWATER RULES, RECOMMENDS STORMWATER UTILITIES

Flood Defense New Jersey, supports the New Jersey DEP regulation that establishes green infrastructure as the preferred and predominant method for municipalities to manage stormwater. 

 

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NEW JERSEY LCV HOSTS CONGRESSMAN FRANK PALLONE TO DISCUSS BOLD FEDERAL CLIMATE ACTION

Congressman Frank Pallone discusses new bill he wrote and recently introduced, the Climate Leadership and Environmental Action for our Nation’s (CLEAN) Future Act, to set national greenhouse gas reduction targets and reshape the nation’s economy.

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Senate Committee OKs Bill to Save Appliance-users Money and Reduce Pollution

Appliance standards reflect the low-hanging fruit of energy savings that can be achieved through increased efficiency and can save New Jerseyans $132 million a year.

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Testimony on S3324: Appliance Standards

TYPE: Legislation

NUMBER: S3324

DESCRIPTION: Establishes minimum energy and water efficiency standards for certain products sold, offered for sale, or leased in the State

POSITION: Support

TO: Senate Energy and Environment 

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Testimony on A5160: Appliance Standards

TYPE: Legislation

NUMBER: A5160

DESCRIPTION: Establishes minimum energy and water efficiency standards for certain products sold, offered for sale, or leased in the State

POSITION: Support

TO: Assembly Telecommunications and Utilities Committee

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NEW JERSEY LCV CONGRATULATES ASSEMBLYMAN CALABRESE ON ASSIGNMENT TO ASSEMBLY ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE

New Jersey LCV is excited that Assemblyman Calabrese will join the Assembly Enviornment Committee that is responsible for addressing critical environmental priorities throughout our state.

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