Proposed regulation does not mandate cooling towers at current sites, gives state leeway to address problems with 'best available technology'
Earth Day is April 22 this year and there are many events throughout the state to celebrate.
Getting rid of tax would leave state shy of matching funds for Shore-protection projects -- and would also leave another hole in the state budget
After a warm spring weekend, a late frost covered newly planted pansies, green grass and rhododendrons.
At company's annual stakeholder meeting, company's top corporate officer decries 'obsession on rates'
A constitutional amendment is being generally endorsed, but some fear money may be siphoned off from other 'green' programs
Who's protecting open spaces and farmland in the country's most intensively developed state?
Rate at which ocean is rising has more than tripled over past century, according to records of one NJ historical society
If public funding pays for project, measure would mandate public access to beaches, waterfronts -- including Sandy initiatives
Larger houses, and older ones, help explain why almost half of energy expenditures go to home heating