New Jersey LCV Testimony on Stormwater Control and Reducing Nonpoint Source Pollution in the State’s Waterways
Testimony • 10/22/2020
Take a look at some of the stormwater management solutions New Jersey LCV outlined in our testimony during today's Chairman Robert Karabinchak and Committee Members' Assembly Special Committee on Infrastructure and Natural Resources.
LEADING POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATION OPTIMISTIC THAT NJ TRANSIT “TRANSITGRID” MICROGRID PROJECT WILL CONSIDER RENEWABLES FOR PROJECT
Press Release • 10/21/2020
New Jersey LCV is cautiously optimistic that NJ Transit is exploring cleaner energy solutions for the proposed “Transitgrid” Microgrid project. There is no room for a dirty carbon burning hybrid model.
Press Release • 10/16/2020
Global Warming Response Act Report findings show that with the current policies, New Jersey is not equipped to meet our emission reduction goals, meaning unequivocally, things will get worse if we don’t act.
LEADING ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS APPLAUD PASSAGE OF ASSEMBLY BILL THAT LIMITS USE OF DANGEROUS/HARMFUL INSECTICIDES
Press Release • 10/9/2020
Environmental groups applaud passage of bill that limits use of neonicotinoid insecticides (“neonics”)—neurotoxic pesticides that decimate bee and wildlife populations.
Press Release • 10/6/2020
For first time New Jersey LCV made multiple endorsements for local elections in New Jersey because there is so much at stake this year.
News Article • 9/30/2020 • by Lee Clark at Black Star News
Potentially major polluting projects are now subject to an environmental justice impacts assessment by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and input from local residents.
Environment and Business Groups Calling for Sustainable Green Recovery Agenda; Give Budget Mixed Reviews
Press Release • 9/29/2020
A diverse group of environmental, outdoor recreation, planning and business organizations applauded budget signed by Governor Murphy, while highlighting the need for greater investment in clean energy.
Press Release • 9/24/2020
Nation-leading single-use plastics and paper reduction policy will reduce the 4.4 billion single-use plastic bags we use annually in New Jersey.
News Article • 9/22/2020 • by Ed Potosnak at NJ.com
The Wind Port will address both reducing New Jersey’s reliance on dirty energy sources and creating employment opportunities for folks in underserved communities.
LEADING POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP CELEBRATES GOVERNOR MURPHY’S SIGNING OF HISTORIC ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE LEGISLATION
Press Release • 9/18/2020
New Jersey Cumulative Impacts Law is a game changer for communities of color who have suffered the burdens of pollution and had nowhere to turn.