New Jersey

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News Releases for New Jersey

CORPORATE GAMBIT ON NEW JERSEY’S DRINKING WATER

Legislation Would Limit Science That Could Be Used for Risk Assessments

NEW JERSEY YET TO COME TO GRIPS WITH POST-SANDY FLOOD RISKS

Coastal Maps Do Not Account for Climate Change Effects; Inland Maps Decades Old

JERSEY TOXIC SPILL FIASCO DEMANDS SECOND LOOK

Review of Evacuation and Health Warnings Confusion, Role of Corporate Consultant

CASCADING FAILURES THREATEN NEW JERSEY WATER SUPPLIES

Abandonment of Climate Preparedness Work Aggravates Garden State’s Plight

20,000 PROTEST NEW JERSEY PLAN TO CLEAR-CUT BULL’S ISLAND

Tree Removals Expand as State Eschews Public Review or Expert Consultation

NO FREE LUNCH AT LIBERTY PARK PAVILIONS

New Jersey Will Charge Up to $225 for Sheltered Picnic Areas with Iconic Views

NEW JERSEY FUMBLING AWAY POLLUTION DAMAGES

Court Ruling Underlines State Futility in Assessing "Natural Resources Damages"

BOGUS BARNEGAT BAY CLEAN BILL OF HEALTH IS DEATH SENTENCE

Removing It from Impaired Waters List Precludes Remedial Action for Years

NEW JERSEY LOST TRACK OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENFORCEMENT CASES

DEP Will Need Weeks to Compile Appeal Numbers as Enforcement Languishes

LEAD LIMITS NEEDED ON TIRE CRUMB PLAYGROUNDS

CPSC Ruling on Artificial Play-Areas as Children’s Products Sought

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