Press Release • 11/5/2014
Englewood Cliffs, NJ- This year, New Jersey League of Conservation Voters (NJLCV) Political Action Committee (PAC) made it clear that it is willing to make the tough choices and challenge incumbent elected officials who turn their backs on the environment.
Press Release • 11/4/2014
This year, the New Jersey League of Conservation Voters (NJLCV) and NJLCV Education Fund, the affiliated 501 c(3) organization, invested significant time, energy, and resources in outreach to the public about Public Question 2.
Press Release • 10/30/2014
WASHINGTON, DC-The League of Conservation Voters (LCV) Action Fund, which works to elect candidates who will implement sound environmental policies, announced today its endorsement of Roy Cho for Congress (NJ-5). Cho will support commonsense policies that make America a leader in clean energy while working to protect our environment and natural resources for generations to come.
"Roy Cho recognizes that preserving our environment and growing our economy go hand-in-hand, which is why he will work to expand our clean energy economy," said LCV Action Fund President Gene Karpinski. "He will support commonsense approaches to protecting our natural resources and ensure that our air and water are clean."
News Article • 10/15/2014 • by Ed Potosnak at Observer
On November 4th the environment is on the Ballot in Englewood Cliffs.
High-rise development is threatening to change Englewood Cliffs as you know it, degrading your quality of life and increasing traffic and congestion. High-rise developments will also ruin the historic Palisades, which are among the most dramatic geologic features in the region and so vital they earned designation as a National Park Landmark and National Historic Landmark by the National Parks Service. The Palisades are an American treasure.
News Article • 10/9/2014 • by Ed Potosnak at NJ Spotlight
New Jersey voters have the opportunity this Election Day to make the profound choice to vote yes to protect clean drinking water and quality of life in the Garden State for generations to come.
Unfortunately, rather than spending their time protecting New Jersey’s environment, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) and its surrogates are spreading misinformation about Public Question 2, the best and only opportunity to ensure stable funding for the now-depleted Green Acres, Blue Acres, farmland, and historic preservation programs.
Press Release • 10/4/2014
This Fall, the New Jersey League of Conservation Voters (NJLCV) and NJLCV Education Fund, the affiliated 501 c(3) organization, invested significant time, energy, and resources to reach out to voters about Public Question 2.
News Article • 9/17/2014 • by Seth Augenstein at NJ.com
New Jersey voters should support a constitutional amendment that would allocate millions of dollars in corporate taxes for preserving open space, a bipartisan coalition pushing the plan said today.
Senate Environment and Energy Committee advances challenge to Christie’s withdrawal from cap and trade program
News Article • 9/15/2014 • by Chase Brush at Observer
TRENTON – The legislature’s challenge to a move by Gov. Chris Christie to pull New Jersey out of a “cap and trade” emissions program made further headway today when the Senate Environment and Energy Committee affirmed that the withdrawal of the state from the initiative stands as a violation of legislative intent.
News Article • 9/12/2014 • by Tom Johnson at NJ Spotlight
When it rains, it sometimes pours, which can be a problem for New Jersey’s waterways, because in many locations overwhelmed wastewater treatment plants can end up spewing raw sewage into the state’s rivers and bays.
It is a problem long neglected by the state’s urban areas and policymakers, who have largely failed to deal with the issue, in part perhaps it could impose huge costs, amounting to $14 billion, according to some projections.
News Article • 8/31/2014 • by Ashley Peskoe at NJ.com
LONG BRANCH – Several environmental groups endorsed U.S. Sen. Cory Booker for re-election to the U.S. Senate on Sunday, calling him a champion for the environment.