Press Release • 4/27/2021
Science confirms that widespread neonic use is a leading cause of pollinator losses and links neonics to declines in birds, the collapse of fisheries, birth defects in white-tailed deer, and a variety of other health harms to mammals.
News Article • 4/26/2021 • by Ed Potosnak at Asbury Park Press
We’re in a unique moment where we have cooperation on the international, national, and state levels to take major action to mitigate the impacts of climate change and save the planet for future generations.
Press Release • 4/22/2021
Murphy Administration understands that it takes a statewide coordinated effort at all levels of government to confront climate change.
NEW JERSEY LCV APPLAUDS GOVERNOR MURPHY AND OVER A THOUSAND ELECTED LEADERS SUPPORTING A BOLD AMERICA JOBS PLAN
Press Release • 4/21/2021
New Jersey LCV urges Congress to support the Biden-Harris infrastructure plan so New Jersey can start our post-COVID economic recovery.
Press Release • 4/14/2021
New Jersey LCV Congratulates Shawn LaTourette on his appoinment as Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.
News Article • 4/7/2021 • by Ed Potosnak at NJ.com
Governor Murphy has signed the boldest electric vehicle bill in the nation to ensure New Jersey rapidly transitions to electric cars and other public transportation.
Press Release • 4/1/2021
Congress should pass transformative infrastructure plan to rebuild the economy and confront ongoing crises by reducing pollution, tackling climate change and addressing environmental injustice while creating jobs.
Press Release • 3/31/2021
New Jersey LCV is commending Governor Murphy on signing of a new law that will expand early in-person voting for New Jersey residents.
Press Release • 3/30/2021
Offshore wind is a crtical component for expanding our clean energy sector and creating a sustainable green jobs recovery that builds a stronger, fairer and more equitable 21st Century economy.
News Article • 3/29/2021 • by Ed Potosnak at Asbury Park Press
NESE pipeline goes against all our efforts to move toward a 21st-century, renewable energy future. It would keep natural gas infrastructure in operation for 30 years or more.