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  • Environment New Jersey
    have allowed drilling 90 miles from Cape May endangered the Jersey Shore and tarnished the President s climate legacy Read more PREV NEXT News Release Environment New Jersey Research Policy Center Tired of Waiting Feds Move Forward On Off Shore Wind Leases Off the Jersey Shore The Department of Interior announced this morning the final notice of sale of leases for close to 344 000 acres off the Jersey Shore for off shore wind development The competitive lease sale has been scheduled a month and a half from now on Monday November 9 and 13 companies have qualified to bid on the two leases for sale The announcement comes after last summer s proposed notice of sale and an extensive public comment period and five years after the signing by Gov Christie of the Off Shore Wind Economic Development Act Keep Reading News Release Environment New Jersey Research Policy Center Gov Christie Attempts To Duck EPA Clean Power Plan but Can t Ignore Climate Change The Christie Administration s decision to request a stay from the EPA s Clean Power Plan to rein in carbon pollution was criticized by Environment New Jersey The group argued New Jersey is on the front lines of climate change and needs to be a leader not a laggard and that EPA s Clean Power Plan is a sensible step to rein in carbon pollution from our power plants Keep Reading News Release Environment New Jersey Research Policy Center EPA Clean Water Rule To Take Effect Tomorrow Protecting Wetlands More than 4 000 Miles of New Jersey Streams Developers can no longer pave over wetlands and oil companies can no longer dump into streams unheeded thanks to the Obama Administration s Clean Water Rule that takes effect tomorrow The action will protect the streams that

    Original URL path: http://environmentnewjersey.org/home?page=6 (2016-05-01)
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  • Environment New Jersey
    Global Warming Solutions No Bees No Food Go Solar New Jersey Updates We Pressured the Obama Administration To Drop Atlantic Coast Drilling Plan Working together with activists elected leaders small businesses and allies we successfully beat back a plan from the Obama Administration to drill off the Atlantic Coast for oil and gas this March The drilling plan would have allowed drilling 90 miles from Cape May endangered the Jersey Shore and tarnished the President s climate legacy Read more PREV NEXT News Release Environment New Jersey Research Policy Center Off Shore Wind Letter to Gov Christie Keep Reading Blog Post Paddling against the wind Russell Bassett For Margo Pellegrino who recently completed a 1 700 mile journey from New York to Chicago in an outrigger canoe advocating for clean water can be like paddling against the wind on a windy day Now that she s back home in Medford Lakes N J she s not slowed down any in her quest to protect our waterways and ensure clean water for all Americans Keep Reading News Release Environment New Jersey Carbon Pollution Wild West No Longer EPA Carbon Plan Inked Huge Step on Climate To Tackle Fossil Fuel Plant Pollution Fossil fuel power plants will pollute 32 percent less nationwide by 2030 and clean energy sources such as solar wind and energy efficiency will meet more of the state s electricity needs according to limits on carbon pollution finalized today that are central to President Obama s plan to address climate change Keep Reading News Release Environment New Jersey Super Paddler Margo Pellegrino Welcomed At Rancocas Creek Homecoming After Paddling for 1 700 Miles for EPA Clean Water Rule A crowd of citizen activists and environmental advocates gathered today along the Rancocas Creek in the heart of the Pinelands to

    Original URL path: http://environmentnewjersey.org/home?page=7 (2016-05-01)
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  • Environment New Jersey
    NJ To Reduce Global Warming Pollution New Jersey once poised to play a major role in U S progress to address climate change is falling behind neighboring states in reducing carbon pollution by 2025 mainly because of its decision to pull out of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative RGGI The state still ranks highly because of the 2007 Global Warming Response Act signed into law almost exactly eight years ago but the Christie Administration has failed to implement the law The report says if implemented New Jersey would see a reduction of 42 million metric tons of global warming pollution which ranks 6th in the nation in reductions Keep Reading Report Environment New Jersey Research Policy Center Path to the Paris Climate Conference U S action to cut pollution is a critical step on the path to the Paris climate talks To deliver on President Obama s pledge to reduce emissions and secure America s leadership officials at all levels of government must follow through on existing policies including the Clean Power Plan and defend them against attack Meeting the president s pledge will also require the United States to do more to reduce emissions of other global warming pollutants beyond carbon dioxide Keep Reading Report Environment New Jersey Research Policy Center Shining Rewards Solar energy is on the rise in across the nation and in New Jersey Net energy metering has been instrumental in the growth of solar energy particularly on homes and businesses Net energy metering enables solar panel owners to earn fair compensation for benefits they provide to other users of the electricity grid and makes going solar an affordable option for more people A review of 11 recent analyses shows that individuals and businesses that decide to go solar generally deliver greater benefits to the grid

    Original URL path: http://environmentnewjersey.org/home?page=8 (2016-05-01)
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  • Environment New Jersey
    of going extinct That s why we re stepping up with a bigger bolder campaign to stop the use of bee killing pesticides How can I help save the bees Through Environment New Jersey thousands of citizen members are teaming up with a professional staff to stand up for the places we love and the environmental values we share Take action to protect New Jersey s environment Global Warming Solutions No Bees No Food Go Solar New Jersey Updates We Pressured the Obama Administration To Drop Atlantic Coast Drilling Plan Working together with activists elected leaders small businesses and allies we successfully beat back a plan from the Obama Administration to drill off the Atlantic Coast for oil and gas this March The drilling plan would have allowed drilling 90 miles from Cape May endangered the Jersey Shore and tarnished the President s climate legacy Read more PREV NEXT Report Environment New Jersey Research and Policy Center An Unfamiliar State Local Impacts of Global Warming in New Jersey Global warming poses a serious threat to the future of New Jersey s environment economy and the health and welfare of its citizens Global warming will impact every corner of the state

    Original URL path: http://environmentnewjersey.org/home?page=33 (2016-05-01)
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  • Privacy Policy | Environment New Jersey
    maintaining your confidence and trust Our policy regarding the privacy of your personal information is as follows Personal Information Any personal information we request is intended to help us improve the content of our site to provide you with accurate information about your elected officials and the interactions you take part in and to provide decision makers with necessary information about who is speaking out on a particular issue We may also provide this information to groups in our public interest network but we will never sell your personal information or share it with outside organizations unless expressly noted If you choose to take action or make a financial contribution your personal information will be encrypted through SSL HTTPS the industry standard technology used to protect sensitive data We sometimes contract with third party vendors to perform functions including but not limited to data processing and credit card processing These third parties have access to your personal information only as needed to perform their services for Environment New Jersey and are under legal obligation not to disclose that information or otherwise jeopardize its security If you take action sign up for email alerts or make a financial contribution to Environment New Jersey online you may receive periodic communications including but not limited to email letters newsletters and an annual report At any time you can unsubscribe from these communications by following the directions included in the communication or by contacting us After taking some actions online you may be given the option to send a message to your friends inviting them to take action as well If you send a message to a friend your name and email will be included in that message We will not store your friend s name or email address nor will your friend receive

    Original URL path: http://environmentnewjersey.org/privacy (2016-05-01)
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  • Annual Reports | Environment New Jersey
    cleaner greener future Connect with us Like Us Follow Us Contact About Us Issues Clean Water for America Solar For All No bees no food Stop Keystone Global Warming Solutions 100 Renewable Energy Save the Delaware from Drilling News Action Jobs Donate Annual Reports Use the links below to read recent editions of Environment New Jersey s recent annual reports Current Annual Report FY 2015 Annual Report Previous Annual Reports

    Original URL path: http://environmentnewjersey.org/page/nje/annual-reports (2016-05-01)
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  • Newsletters | Environment New Jersey
    environment resources to help you create a cleaner greener future Connect with us Like Us Follow Us Contact About Us Issues Clean Water for America Solar For All No bees no food Stop Keystone Global Warming Solutions 100 Renewable Energy Save the Delaware from Drilling News Action Jobs Donate Newsletters Use the links below to read recent editions of Environment New Jersey newsletters sent to Environment New Jersey members three

    Original URL path: http://environmentnewjersey.org/page/nje/newsletters (2016-05-01)
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  • Staff | Environment New Jersey
    a cleaner greener future Connect with us Like Us Follow Us Contact About Us Issues Clean Water for America Solar For All No bees no food Stop Keystone Global Warming Solutions 100 Renewable Energy Save the Delaware from Drilling News Action Jobs Donate Staff Doug O Malley Director 732 659 1025 Contact person by email Read more about Doug O Malley John Rumpler Senior Environmental Attorney Contact person by email

    Original URL path: http://environmentnewjersey.org/staff (2016-05-01)
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