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How Much Pollution Should One Neighborhood Have to Endure?

Posted on by Donna Drewes, Sustainable Jersey

Joni Sampson, president of the Eyes of Trenton Civic Association (pictured left) and Nicky Sheats, PhD., New Jersey Environmental Justice Alliance and Thomas Edison State College (pictured right) leading a bus tour as part of the Cumulative Impacts Workshop. As … Continue reading

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New Jersey’s “Queen of Rivers” Returns To Glory

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Today’s guest post comes to us from David Wheeler, Director of Operations for Edison Wetlands Association, a longtime Dodge grantee who is “dedicated to protecting human health and the environment through conservation and the cleanup of hazardous waste sites.” We … Continue reading

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Overcoming Camden’s Toxic Past

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This week, we continue our guest series with the Center for Urban Environmental Sustainability (CUES) and their county extension agents to learn how they are providing technical assistance and building community capacity to generate solutions to pressing urban environmental issues … Continue reading

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Transforming Newark Lot By Lot

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This is Week 2 of our guest series by the Center for Urban Environmental Sustainability. See last week’s post here. Located on the banks of the Passaic River approximately five miles west of Manhattan, Newark is New Jersey’s largest city, … Continue reading

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