Press Release • 1/12/2023
New Jersey LCV continues to advocate for responsible offshore wind development that is in full compliance with the Marine Mammal Protection Act.
Press Release • 1/10/2023
New Jersey LCV is pleased Governor Murphy is doubling down on offshore wind to power New Jersey’s homes and businesses with clean energy, create good local jobs that can’t be outsourced.
NEW JERSEY LCV EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ED POTOSNAK APPOINTED TO THE DELAWARE VALLEY REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION BOARD
Press Release • 1/3/2023
Ed Potosnak, Executive Director of the New Jersey League of Conservation Voters, appointed by New Jersey Governor to Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission board.
Press Release • 12/15/2022
Passage of low carbon concrete bill important step toward building our carbon free future and helping to mitigate climate change while supporting New Jersey businesses.
Testimony • 12/5/2022
DESCRIPTION: The bill is based on the premise that renewable natural gas (RNG) is beneficial to ratepayers and will facilitate our transition to renewable energy sources.
TO: Assembly Telecommunications and Utilities Committee
News Article • 12/5/2022
New Jersey LCV opposes Assembly bill that would saddle working families with the cost of building expensive fossil fuel infrastructure, like new pipelines and compressor stations.
Press Release • 11/30/2022
New Jersey LCV believes there’s a role for state government in helping county and local governments navigate warehouse expansion.
Press Release • 11/11/2022
In local elections the environment was on the ballot and voters demonstrated support for pro-conservation candidates.
News Article • 11/8/2022 • by Ed Potosnak at The Bernardsville News
New Jersey must continue to take a leadership role in the nation and across the world in transitioning to a green economy powered by clean energy.
Press Release • 11/1/2022
The New Jersey LCV will host a celebratory reception during League of Municipalities Conference in Atlantic City at the Izakaya Restaurant at the Borgata Hotel from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 16.