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Initiative Seeks to Safeguard Water Quality, from Highlands to Delaware Bay
Jon Hurdle | April 1, 2014 | Energy & Environment
Nonprofit foundation’s $35 million effort aims to slow development, protect aquifer, reduce pollution in sensitive areas
DRBC’s Outgoing Director Says Delaware River Basin Needs Strong Regulator
Jon Hurdle | March 26, 2014 | Energy & Environment
Delaware River Basin Commission tasked with ensuring water quality, coordinating interests -- and settling arguments -- of four states and federal government
Bayshore Pursues Recovery Plan After Missing Out on Bulk of Federal Funding
Jon Hurdle | March 24, 2014 | Sandy
Four towns in Cumberland County are putting together and acting on a Sandy-recovery initiative of their own
Environmentalists Reject Solvay Claim on Safety of Paulsboro Water
Jon Hurdle | January 23, 2014 | Energy & Environment, More Issues
Town relying on one well as single source of water, while concerns raised about possible contamination
Bay Point Buyout of Storm-Ravaged Homes: A Realistic Response to Rising Waters?
Jon Hurdle | January 8, 2014 | Sandy
Residential community devastated by Sandy to be turned into open-space habitat for Delaware Bay wildlife
Profile: Fledgling Ecotourism Promoter Isn't Strictly for the Birds
Jon Hurdle | December 11, 2013 | Energy & Environment, More Issues, Profiles
Pete Dunne, long-time head of Cape May Bird Observatory, wants to take NJ's natural treasures to the world
NJ Birders Stunned by Influx of Snowy Owls from Arctic Regions
Jon Hurdle | December 9, 2013 | Energy & Environment
Bird-watchers and general public warned to keep their distance, since birds may be underfed and overstressed from long journey south
Pallone Says Congress Doing Nothing About Sea-Level Rise, Blames Tea Party
Jon Hurdle | December 9, 2013 | Energy & Environment
Nonprofit group releases survey showing NJ voters want state and federal governments to get more involved in planning for climate change
Building a Sustainable Garden State, One Community at a Time
Jon Hurdle | November 25, 2013 | Energy & Environment, More Issues, Planning
Sustainable Jersey doesn't stop at 'green,' but includes health and wellness, diversity, and economic development
Tests Heighten Worries About Toxins in Water in Paulsboro-West Deptford
Jon Hurdle | November 5, 2013 | Energy & Environment
Company trying to find source of potentially cancer-causing PFCs detected in public supplies
Kim Guadagno: The Unknown Lieutenant Governor
Jon Hurdle | October 31, 2013 | Elections 2013
Guadagno gives reporters the silent treatment, refusing to take their questions at public events
Lack of Federal Funds Leaves Regional Water Watchdog High and Dry
Jon Hurdle | October 11, 2013 | More Issues
Some 15 million people count on Delaware River basin for potable water, but oversight commission can't afford to do critical testing
Incumbents Face Spirited Foes in Contests for 7th District Legislative Seats
Jon Hurdle | October 7, 2013 | Politics
Current officeholders favored, but GOP challengers hope to tap into discontent over high taxes, unemployment rate
‘Occupy Sandy’ Blends Relief Efforts with Grass-Roots Political Activism
Jon Hurdle | September 25, 2013 | More Issues, Sandy
Group finds niche helping Sandy victims navigate services and systems of far-larger aid organizations
Defend or Retreat: Cumberland County Wrestles With Rising Seas
Jon Hurdle | September 16, 2013 | Energy & Environment, More Issues, Sandy
A high tide and a full moon can flood salt marshes and wash out roads in towns along the Delaware Bay
Accusing State of Inactivity, Environmentalists Ask Feds to Test Water at Paulsboro
Jon Hurdle | September 9, 2013 | Energy & Environment
Delaware Riverkeeper sounds alarm about possible presence of PFCs in groundwater
Holt Highlights Science, Liberalism in Bid for U.S. Senate Seat
Jon Hurdle | August 6, 2013 | More Issues, Politics
Democratic contender believes he can prevail, despite Booker's double-digit lead in the polls.
Critics Claim LNG Import Terminal Is Really Meant for Exports
Jon Hurdle | July 11, 2013 | Energy & Environment
"Trojan Horse" terminal off north Jersey will actually distribute natural gas fracked from Marcellus Shale in Pennsylvania, opponents argue.
Can New Jersey Insure Against the Next Sandy?
Jon Hurdle | May 23, 2013 | Energy & Environment, Sandy
Disaster-specific damage coverage among concepts aired at Rutgers conference on impact of climate change.
New Jersey Birders Compete in the Other World Series
Jon Hurdle | May 13, 2013 | Energy & Environment, More Issues
In competitive birding, the goal is to "get" as many species as possible within a 24-hour period.
NJ Hunters and Conservationists Alike Seek to Save Bobwhite Quail
Jon Hurdle | April 29, 2013 | Energy & Environment
Three-day conference brings together apparent opposites to identify common interests and goals.
Restoring Sandy-Ravaged Shore to Protect Rare, Migratory Red Knot
Jon Hurdle | April 8, 2013 | Energy & Environment, Sandy
Endangered red knot feeds on horseshoe-crab eggs, crabs spawn on the gently sloping sands washed away by the superstorm.
Hydrogen Fuel Cells Could Add Year-Round Reliability to Renewable Energy
Jon Hurdle | April 3, 2013 | Energy & Environment
Mike Strizki's 'Hydrogen House' weathers superstorm Sandy with lights blazing and plenty of hot water.
Rutgers Tool Simulates the Realities of Sea-Level Rise
Jon Hurdle | March 19, 2013 | Energy & Environment
Online application makes it easy to see at a glance what parts of Jersey Shore will drown if ocean levels climb
Plastic Composite Could Go From NJ Landfills to Jersey Shore Boardwalks
Jon Hurdle | March 14, 2013 | Energy & Environment, More Issues, Planning, Sandy
Recycled building material developed by Rutgers scientists stands up to water, waves, other harsh conditions.
Angry Protest Fails to Stop Work on Controversial Natural Gas Pipeline
Jon Hurdle | March 7, 2013 | Energy & Environment
Delaware River Basin Commission tells protestors to take complaints to states responsible for pipeline.
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