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News Release | Environment America

Plastic pollution: One day, three solutions

One day, three decisions -- all of which may have far-reaching effects on plastic pollution in the United States.

News Release | Environment New Jersey Research & Policy Center

Trump Administration’s Dirty Power Plan A Kiss-Off to NJ

Today, President Trump and Acting EPA Administrator Wheeler announced plans to reverse the Clean Power Plan and replace it with their Dirty Power Plan. The Obama era Clean Power Plan was set to cut carbon pollution from power plants by 32% by 2030, improving public health and helping the nation to stave off the worst impacts of global warming. The new replacement plan is expected to flatline or even allow an increase in the burning of dirty, dangerous fossil fuels and stymie the transition of the power sector to clean, renewable energy.

News Release | Environment New Jersey Research & Policy Center

‘Time for Turbines’ Event Highlights NJ Progress On Offshore Wind Energy Programs

Just one year after the offshore wind industry announced it was “back in business” in New Jersey, and eight years after the state passed its historic OWEDA offshore wind energy bill, top international offshore wind developers, state officials, labor leaders, and environmentalists gathered to celebrate the tremendous progress the industry has made in the last 12 months, and to look forward to the next milestones toward getting “steel in the water” in the Atlantic Ocean off of New Jersey.

News Release | Environment New Jersey Research & Policy Center

Report Says Off-Shore Wind Could Power New Jersey 4x Over

On the eighth anniversary of the Off-Shore Wind Economic Development Act (OWEDA), the winds blowing off the Jersey Shore continue to be the key for New Jersey’s clean, renewable energy future, according to a report, Wind Power to Spare: The Enormous Energy Potential of Atlantic Offshore Wind, released by Environment New Jersey Research & Policy Center, which placed New Jersey as uniquely positioned to harness the wind.

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