NJ Dept. Of Environment Protection plans to abandon an emissions trading program similar to the one being promoted at the national level by the USEPA.
Sep 18, 2002 The Star-Ledger
New Jersey towns are to blame as only 272 towns out of 566 have saught protection under the Council on Affordable Housing.
Aug 6, 2002 The Star-Ledger
New Jersey State Supreme Court upheld its controversial descisions that supports housing for the poor.
Aug 4, 2002 The Star-Ledger
Federal legislation to protect 100,000 acres of forested watersheds in NJ and NY.
Jul 19, 2002 The Star-Ledger
The Pinelands region is threatened with encroaching developments. Its future depends on Gov. James E. McGreevey.
Jul 8, 2002 The Star-Ledger
New Jersey is committing money to save general aviation airports around the state. The small airports are threatened by development and other pressures.
Jun 24, 2002 The Star-Ledger
An extensive special report examines land use in New Jersey by looking at The Hills, a 5,100-unit collection of townhouses and single-family homes, commercial strips and office buildings, that's home to about 10,000 people.
Jun 11, 2002 The Star-Ledger
Congress will consider a plan to separate big rigs and cars on freeways.
Jun 7, 2002 The Star-Ledger
The Fund for New Jersey's 35-page report could be a blueprint for Gov. James E. McGreevey
Feb 7, 2002 The Star-Ledger
A week after angering sprawl foes by sacking the state's entire planning office, the New Jersey governor signs a sweeping new anti-sprawl order.
Feb 2, 2002 The Star-Ledger