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To boost clean trucks, NJ wants more charging stations

NJ steps up efforts to build the charging infrastructure needed to transition from diesel-belching trucks to zero-emission vehicles.
Hurricanes threaten NJ superfund sites
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Hurricanes, Superfund sites: double trouble for NJ

The active hurricane season that's being predicted for the Northeast could mean double trouble for NJ, home to almost 120 Superfund sites.
Offshore wind industry runs into Jersey Shore critics
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Offshore wind industry runs into Jersey Shore critics

Opponents of wind farms say they fear damage to tourism, real estate values, ocean views, fisheries and wildlife.
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Tougher NJ rules for power plants, trucks, boilers

New rules to curb global warming pollution from power plants, smaller commercial and industrial boilers, and to shift New Jersey's medium- and heavy-duty truck market from fossil fuels to zero-emission vehicles are being drafted by the state.

NJ governor now says he will try to stop LNG transport
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NJ governor now says he will try to stop LNG transport

New Jersey voted to approve construction of a dock that would create state’s first export terminal for LNG. Now Gov. Murphy signals otherwise.
Renee Blizzard: Mining NJ’s ‘blue holes’ for solar energy
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Renee Blizzard: Mining NJ’s ‘blue holes’ for solar energy

There’s untapped potential in former sand-mining sites. And great potential in jobs and clean energy for residents of South Jersey.
New Jersey: Senate takes pass on bill keeping food waste out of landfills, incinerators
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New Jersey: Senate takes pass on bill keeping food waste out of landfills, incinerators

It looks as if it will take the state much longer to get a better grip on its food-waste problem than lawmakers and others had hoped.

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