Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Wednesday announced that he is donating an additional $30 million to a Sierra Club initiative working to reduce the nation’s use of coal.
The proposed settlement is now open for 60 days of public comment. The settlement needs to be approved by a judge.
The state Fish and Game Council on Tuesday approved adding an October hunt, expanding the geographic area of the hunt and increasing the number of bears hunters can claim.
It was an absolute shock when a black bear killed a hiker in West Milford in September.
It sounds like a Hollywood screenplay; a big oil company using scare tactics to build a pipeline through small towns.
U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez, Rep. Frank Pallone and others held a news conference in Asbury Park on Wednesday to express their concerns about allowing drilling in the federal government’s next five-year energy plan, which begins in 2017.
Opposition is picking up steam as residents learn more about the proposed 178-mile oil pipeline.
The New Jersey Sierra Club was disappointed this week following revelations that penalties against polluters dropped by 54 percent last budget year compared with four years earlier.
A long-delayed megamall project in the Meadowlands has taken a major step forward.
“We don’t have to give up the things that made us fall in with cars in the first place in order to be environmentally responsible,” Russell Datz of Fisker Automotive told WCBS 880’s Wayne Cabot.
There have been six major floods since Gov. Chris Christie was elected in 2009, the Sierra Club of New Jersey’s Jeff Titel told WCBS 880’s Wayne Cabot.
New York is considering allowing hydraulic fracturing in the Catskills. “Fracking” is a controversial method of drilling for natural gas beneath shale rock.
A bill making its way through the New Jersey State Senate would open up municipal lands and open spaces to logging for profit.
Residents, business owners and lobbyists can comment on the plan at a hearing Tuesday afternoon at New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark.
New Jersey residents will soon get their first chance to comment on Gov. Chris Christie’s proposal for the state’s energy future.