Frank Brill

In a decision viewed as a major victory for the Obama Administration (and a breath of fresh air for residents of downwind New Jersey), the Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld the authority of the Environmental Protection Agency to regulate the smog from coal plants that drifts across state lines from 28 Midwestern and Appalachian states to the East Coast.

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See which bills will be considered this afternoon in two committees of the NJ Assembly

Legislation to allow small, controlled fires in state forests (to prevent larger ones), establish fishing licenses for the taking of Menhaden, set carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxide air quality standards for ice arenas, and require state buildings to be topped with green or blue roofs are among nine environmental bills up for debate Monday at 2 p.m. in Assembly committees.

Can we get an Amen?(St. John Lutheran Church, Morrisville, Pa)

Can we get an Amen?
(St. John Lutheran Church, Morrisville, Pa)

Tennessee Williams and New Jersey flood buyouts cross paths

It may not quell the fears of environmental opponents, but a new study finds lesser amounts of methane than feared


Faculty members at New Jersey colleges and universities have been awarded a total of $1.3 million to conduct research studies designed to help protect the state against flooding from future superstorms like Hurricane Sandy.