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Environment

Jeanne M. Fox Honored For Years of Public Service by NJ Utilities Association
August 25, 2017
Applications Currently Being Accepted by Middlesex County Youth Conservation Corps
August 16, 2017
As Climate Crisis Reaches Epic Proportions, President Tries to Gut Key Agency
August 9, 2017
US Senator Bob Menendez Visited New Brunswick to Highlight Impact on NIH
June 4, 2017
NJ-DEP Also Releases Draft of NJ's Long-Awaited Water Supply Plan
May 24, 2017
Rutgers Was Recently Embarrassed by Devastating Cyber Attacks
May 10, 2017
“Ultimate Plant Sale” Open to Public All Weekend at Popular Botanical Garden
May 10, 2017
Documentary Set for Release on February 12 at Rutgers University's NJ Film Fesitval
February 6, 2017
New Jersey Distributes Grants Totalling $14.3 Million to Promote Recycling Statewide
February 6, 2017
New Brunswick and 156 Other Municipalities Achieved Bronze Certification
December 3, 2016
Demolition Company Run by Convicted Felon Blamed For Spill Upstream From NB Water Utility Pumping Station
November 29, 2016
Break Affected Water Service to Rutgers Village, Edgebrook, Clifton Av. & Hoffman Av.
October 3, 2016
Township Councils in Franklin and South Brunswick Pass Resolutions Opposing Plan, Final Decision Lies With Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
September 14, 2016
Over 400 Counts of Animal Cruelty and Neglect Already Lodged Against Vincent LoSacco, Owner of Just Pups in East Brunswick and Three Other NJ Towns
August 31, 2016
Awards Honor Revitalization and Protection of River and Its Resources
August 29, 2016
Team Investigates Climatic “Tipping Points” and Their Importance to Humans on Earth
August 15, 2016
NJ High School Students Get a Taste of College on New Brunswick Campus
August 15, 2016
Program Provides Students With Hands-on Experience in Nature While Building STEM Skills
July 17, 2016
Gas Exploration Off Coast of The Atlantic Disallowed Through 2022
June 2, 2016
County Utilities Authority Has Marketed Its Sewage Sludge as "MeadowLife" Fertilizer
May 22, 2016
Trail Behind the University Inn and Conference Center Being Revitalized Thanks to Environmental Clubs
April 22, 2016
Invasive Species Raises Questions About Fiscal Responsibility of City Tree Choices
April 14, 2016
Vacant NBPA Garage Has Sat Unused For Years, CME Associates Lands $291K Contract to Handle Remediation For County Government
February 25, 2016
"Kill the Drill" Campaign Stands Up For The Jersey Shore Against Big Oil Exploitation
February 24, 2016
Governor Took No Action on Bill to Replenish Historically Underfunded Entity
January 19, 2016
City Representative Has Been Meeting With Student Group on Weekly Basis
December 15, 2015
Storm Upgraded to Category 4 Hurricane, As It Heads Toward New Jersey
October 2, 2015
In Victory For Activists, Mayor Cahill's Administration Decides Not to Renew Contract With NJ American Water When It Expires on September 30
September 24, 2015
Half of Plant Forced Offline For Hours Due to a "Chemical Feed Issue" Over Weekend
May 20, 2015
NJTransit Received 11 Complaints About Trains Smelling Bad, Possibly Because They Are Stored Next to a Mulch Factory in Pennsylvania
April 12, 2015
Officials Briefly Butt Heads Over How Much Recycling Ends Up in Garbage at Schools
March 8, 2015
Money Diverted From Lead Control Fund by Democratic and Republican Governors
January 17, 2015
County and State Questions Present Possible Policy Changes to Pretrial Detention Policies, Environmental Preservation, and More
November 1, 2014
Rutgers Fossil Fuel Divestment Campaign and Other New Brunswickers Joined 400,000 Protesters Demand Action on Climate
November 1, 2014
In Advance of UN Summit, Upwards of 100,000 Protesters Expected to Descend on NYC
September 20, 2014
District Hopes to Save Money Longterm by Installing More Efficient Lighting, Heating, and Cooling Systems
September 5, 2014
Next Cleanup Event Scheduled to Meet 10AM on Sept. 6 at Corner of Lee and Seaman
September 3, 2014
Shawn Maloney Allegedly Killed Himself After Learning He Was Target of FBI Investigation in 2007
July 15, 2014
Court Decision Allows Controversial Rutgers-led Study Off Jersey Shore to Proceed
July 9, 2014
Rutgers Scientists Led by Geologist Gregory Mountain Plan to Bombard Jersey Seabed with Seismic Wave Tests
May 30, 2014
New Brunswick's Most Important Body of Water Makes List of Endangered Waterways
May 21, 2014
Educational Potluck Supper Held in Honor of Earth Day
April 22, 2014
Expert Speakers Discuss Inequality When it Comes to Environmental Issues
March 31, 2014
Citizens Campaign Hosting Free Event at Rutgers University's College Ave. Campus
March 9, 2014
Board of Chosen Freeholders Unanimously Approve Ban at Thursday Night's Meeting
December 22, 2013
Officials Say Resolution Will Constitute an Enforceable Ban on Gas Drilling Countywide
December 19, 2013
34th Annual Environmental Festival Features Duck Race That Benefits Kids with Brain Cancer
September 26, 2013
City Says It's Working to Alleviate Recurring Problem with Culvert at Charles St.
May 29, 2013