New Jersey’s solar sector is thriving: Now let’s fix it.

The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities is set to launch an industry study to assess whether or not the current structure has outlived its usefulness.

By almost any measure, New Jersey’s solar sector is thriving, but that isn’t preventing many folks from thinking it just may need some big fixes.

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Delaware River watershed: It's healthy, but significant threats are looming.

Vital resource for millions of people needs more aggressive protections, advocates contend.

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By 2030, state looks to reduce food waste by 50 percent.

Keeping food waste out of dumps and landfills can help reduce methane, a greenhouse gas that contributes to global warming

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NJ seeks to ban pesticide given clean bill of health by EPA.

Chlorpyrifos can potentially cause developmental damage to children, vomiting and dizziness in adults

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'Greens' see red over budget plan, raids on pollution settlements.


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Murphy calls for permanent ban on fracking in Delaware River Basin.

In an announcement with significant implications, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Phil Murphy yesterday called for a permanent ban on fracking within the Delaware River Basin.

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Angling to get New Jersey into the United States Climate Alliance.

With President Donald Trump pulling the United States out of a global climate accord, some Democrats are advocating New Jersey join other states in an alliance to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement.

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From our Newsroom

Earth Day: Amidst the greenwashing, it's still a good thing

When corporations tout their greenness and journalists get beaten senseless by lame ideas.

‘Forever chemicals’ coat the outer layers of biodegradable straws

More evidence that harmful PFAS chemicals are sneaking into some "green" and "compostable" products.

Pesticide DDT linked to increased breast cancer risk generations after exposure

Groundbreaking study finds women whose grandmothers had high DDT exposure are more likely to be obese and have early menstruation—both breast cancer risk factors.

Want more clean energy? Focus on people, not technology

Energy decisions can be deeply personal. We need to listen to households and communities before we prescribe their energy transition.

Fractured: The body burden of living near fracking scientific investigation finds western Pennsylvania families near fracking are exposed to harmful chemicals, and regulations fail to protect communities' mental, physical, and social health.

The political, media, and community response to our Fractured investigation

From a media blitz to calls for statewide drilling bans, here's a look at the fallout and impacts so far from EHN's investigation of western Pennsylvania fracking impacts.

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