Climate Change and Clean Energy in New Jersey

Clean Water Action advocates for a safe and clean energy economy, including renewable energy sources like solar and wind, and the creation of green jobs and opposing dirty and unsafe energy sources like coal, nuclear and liquid natural gas.

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Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Plant

Clean Water Action is calling for immediate closure and full decommissioning of the Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station, the oldest nuclear power plant in the country, located in Lacey Township, New Jersey. 

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PennEast Pipeline

PennEast Pipeline Company has applied to build a 118-mile pipeline through Pennsylvania and New Jersey. If it gets approved, the PennEast Pipeline will threaten our drinking water and protected open spaces.

Fighting Bad Energy Projects in NJ

New Jersey, the nation's most densely populated state with a history of contamination and pollution, is now threatened by a crazy quilt of oil and gas pipeline projects.

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Jersey Renews

Climate change poses a massive threat to our state, yet strong actions to counter it offer an opportunity to prepare New Jersey for the future by cutting greenhouse gas emissions, reducing dangerous deadly air pollution, moving toward a truly clean energy future, and creating and securing good, family-sustaining clean energy and green infrastructure jobs.

From We All Live Downstream

Photo: KyleAndMelissa22 at English Wikipedia [CC0], via Wikimedia Commons
March 21, 2015

By Janet Tauro, Clean Water Action, NJ Board Chair - Follow on Twitter @CleanWaterNJ

The situation continues to deteriorate at the Oyster Creek nuclear plant in Lacey Township, New Jersey.