Bay Head decision is one more boost for the Christie administration’s push to engineer wider beaches and dunes all along the state’s 127-mile ocean coast
Will contested pipeline primarily serve the Pinelands, or will it carry enough natural gas to sell into other areas?
Heavily attended hearing on controversial pipeline brings out advocates, opponents — and some familiar arguments
Beach replenishment is costly and exacts a heavy toll on the environment, depleting underwater ridges that are home to a broad variety of sea life
For backers, project means much-needed jobs in area hard hit by collapse of Atlantic City’s gaming and tourism industries
Opponents argue that amusement park’s outdoor parking lot would do just as well, but company cites concerns about customer safety
Although drilling leases are only being considered off the coast of Virginia, even a ‘small’ spill could destroy NJ’s fisheries and tourist industry
OPRA lawsuit brings to light extensive email correspondence between governor’s office, utilities, and Pinelands Commission