NJ About to Take a Giant Step Toward Greater Energy Efficiency

New Jersey has long sought to be a leader in energy efficiency. However, the state has had limited success in this intention.  Under the Christie Administration, the Clean Energy Fund was raided by half a billion dollars to balance the Read More …

Transitioning NJ to 100% Renewables: February 28 Event at Rutgers

Our friends at Food and Water Watch write: With every year of delayed action, we move closer to runaway climate catastrophe. Pollution from our current energy system is already taking a massive toll on our public health and safety, with Read More …

Two Years After Sandy, Most Municipalities Still Looking for Pathways to Resiliency

According to a recent study by the NJ Resiliency Network: Most at risk municipalities have not adequately assessed their vulnerability, and there is wide variability in the approach and depth of analysis municipalities use when conducting risk and vulnerability assessments. Read More …

Atlantic City: Jumpstarting Economic Development through PACE

Atlantic City is in the midst of its worst ever economic crisis. With three of its major casinos closing, resulting in the loss of more than 7,500 jobs; with a 29% property tax hike; and a huge decline in the Read More …